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    1783 TOKEN Georgius Triumpho Token VF30 PCI (VF30), Baker-7, R.3, a short scratch below OP in POPOLI with the surfaces are otherwise pleasing, a vertical die break (as struck) on the upper reverse; 1783 Washington & Independence Cent, Draped Bust, No Button Fine 15 PCI. (Fine 12), Baker-2, R.1, a pinscratch below the denomination, faint verdigris above TAT in STATES; and an 1793 Washington Ship Halfpenny, Copper, Lettered Edge VF20 PCI (VF20), Baker-18, R.3, mahogany-brown color, the reverse has a minor rim ding at 8 o'clock, an attractive example. Listed on pages 58 and 61 of the 2003 Guide Book.

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    January, 2003
    8th-11th Wednesday-Saturday
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