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    1880 $1 Morgan Dollar MS65 50% Toned, Planchet Flaw PCI (MS64), lustrous and refreshingly unabraded with dusky gold color on the reverse, a mint-made planchet flaw near Liberty's chin; 1891-CC Morgan Dollar MS64 SEGS (MS63), VAM-3, Top 100 Variety, the often-encountered 'Spitting Eagle,' brilliant and lustrous, an attractive and carefully preserved Carson City dollar; and a 1922-S MS64 100% Toned PCI (MS64), variegated russet-mauve patina with glimpses of gold color at the margins, a good strike, the reverse is exceptionally preserved, the obverse has a couple of bagmarks but is otherwise clean.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2003
    26th-28th Saturday-Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 11
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