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    1913 5C Type One Nickel MS65 PCI (MS63), well struck with gleaming luster and rich olive-gold color, very slightly blemished; 1916 Nickel MS66 PCI (MS64), sharply struck and highly lustrous with lovely pinkish-gray color and just a couple of tiny tick marks; 1925 Nickel MS65 SEGS (MS63), well struck surfaces which are lightly toned, with two or three trivial marks on each side; 1934-D Nickel MS66 PCI (MS64), lovely rosey undertones are easily seen beneath gray surfaces on both sides, one small contact mark is seen on the reverse, and a small group of tiny marks can be discerned with a magnifying glass on the Indian's cheek and hair curls; and a 1938-D/S Nickel MS65 SEGS (MS64), a razor-sharp strike and an abundance of gleaming luster, one trivial tick mark is on the Indian's cheek, and a few more can be found on the Buffalo's shoulder.

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    Feb-Mar, 2003
    27th-1st Thursday-Saturday
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