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    1846-O half eagle VF 35, clean, problem-free surfaces that just miss XF detail. Most often seen well worn. Trends $450 in VF 20, $1,400 in XF 40; and an 1860 eagle XF 40, a bright, evenly worn example and one of just 15,055 pieces struck. An elusive P-mint No Motto ten. Trends $1,150. Both can be pedigreed by their custom plastic holders to the Stack's/Superior Kramer Sale in November/December, 1988, Lots #368 and #588.

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    July, 1994
    27th-30th Wednesday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 4
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