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    1925 50C Lexington Half Dollar AU55 PCI (AU55), lightly rubbed with mostly silver-gray surfaces; 1920 Maine Half Dollar AU58 PCI (AU58), this delicately patinated representative is the lightest rub away from a Mint State grade with no singularly bothersome abrasions; 1923-S Monroe Half Dollar MS62 PCI (MS62), a little scuffy in places with dappled orange and gold patina toward the left obverse border; 1936-D Rhode Island Half Dollar MS63 PCI (MS63), both sides are pleasingly lustrous for the assigned grade with golden tinged highlights; 1926 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar AU50 PCI (AU50), the otherwise champagne-gray surfaces reveal a few splashes of russet color over Washington's cheek; and a 1947-S Booker T. Washington Half Dollar MS64 PCI (MS64), there is a toning streak over the right reverse, but we are unable to find any singularly distracting handling marks.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2003
    1st-3rd Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 12
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