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    A large sampling of U.S. type coins, colonials, and commemoratives. Included are: (6) colonial copper, including a Fugio cent; (7) half cents, dated from 1803 to 1854; (8) large cents, one of which is an electrotype; (4) Flying Eagle cents; (12) Indian Head cents; (9) Lincoln cents; (2) two cent pieces; (5) three cent nickels; (2) Shield nickels; (7) Liberty nickels; (2) Buffalo nickels; (2) 1950-D Jefferson nickels; (6) Liberty Seated half dimes; (1) Bust dime; (4) Liberty Seated dimes; (3) Barber dimes; (1) Mercury dime; (1) 1856 Liberty Seated quarter VF 35; (4) Barber quarters; (6) Standing Liberty quarters; (2) Washington quarters; (3) Bust halves; (1) Liberty Seated half; (2) Barber halves; (1) Walking Liberty half; (4) Proof Kennedy halves; (7) Morgan Dollars; (1) proof Eisenhower dollar; (2) Columbian halves; (1) Carver-Washington half; (1) Sesquicentennial half. The early coins grade AG to VF and the post-1940 pieces grade XF-Unc.

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    Auction Dates
    March, 1999
    11th-12th Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 3
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
    Page Views: 125
    Sold on Mar 12, 1999 for: Sign-in or Join (free & quick)
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