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    1878 8TF $1 Dollar MS63 (MS62) PCI, VAM-18, mostly brilliant; 1878 7TF Dollar MS63 (MS63 7/8 TF) PCI, VAM-37, fully struck and lustrous; 1878 Dollar MS63 Uncertified, deeply toned; 1878 7/8TF Dollar MS63 Uncertified, fully struck and lustrous; 1879-S Dollar MS60 Prooflike, Questionable Toning Uncertified, fully struck with murky gray-olive toning on the obverse; (2) 1879-S Dollars MS63 Uncertified, both are brilliant and fully struck; (2) 1880-S MS65 PCI (MS64), one is brilliant, the other has light golden toning and semi-prooflike fields; 1881-S Dollar MS65 PCI (MS63), bright and lustrous; 1884-O Dollar MS65 Prooflike PCI (MS64), mostly brilliant with flashy fields; and an 1887-S Dollar MS63 Prooflike PCI (MS61), a faint trimming of golden color is seen over the denticles.

    Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2002
    26th-28th Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 8
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