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    1783 1C Washington & Independence Cent, Draped Bust, No Button VF30 PCI (VF30 Light Porosity), Baker-2, R.1, dark brown patina, richly detailed and refreshingly unmarked; Undated Washington Double Head Cent VF20 PCI (Fine 15 Planchet Flaw at 10 o'clock), Baker-6, R.1, pleasing chocolate brown color with a couple of small planchet flaws (as made) and a trace amount of peripheral verdigris; and an 1793 Washington Ship Halfpenny, Copper, Lettered Edge VF25 Damaged Edge PCI (VF20 Edge Damage), Baker-18, R.3, several small rim dings on each side, deep chocolate patina, a pair of small planchet flaws (as produced) in the head of Washington. Listed on pages 58, 59, and 61 of the 2003 Guide Book.

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