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    1898 1C Cent MS64 Red and Brown PCI (MS64 Red and Brown, Questionable Color), bright and well struck; 1902 Cent MS63 Red and Brown PCI (MS60 Red and Brown), good color; 1902 Cent MS63 Red and Brown (MS63 Red and Brown, Cleaned), a bit bright; 1902 Cent MS64 PCI (MS63 Brown), glossy; 1903 Cent MS64 Red and Brown PCI (MS63 Red and Brown), good remnants of original luster on each side; 1906 Cent MS63 Red and Brown PCI (AU55 Cleaned); 1906 Cent MS61 Red and Brown PCI (MS60 Red and Brown, Cleaned); 1907 Cent MS64 Red and Brown PCI (MS60 Red and Brown, Cleaned); 1907 MS64 PQ PCI (MS63 Red and Brown), good color; 1908 MS63 Red and Brown PCI (AU58), streaky; 1883 No Cents Nickel MS63 PCI (MS62), golden toned; 1902 Nickel MS63 PCI (MS63), well struck; and a 1906 Nickel MS63 PCI (MS60 Scratched).

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    September, 2002
    26th-28th Thursday-Saturday
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