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    1917 25C Type One AU58 Uncertified, sharply struck with lovely, slightly subdued silver-gray color, the surfaces display a few light tick marks, there is a small spot of carbonation in the left obverse field; 1917 Type Two AU50 Uncertified, dove-gray obverse color, yellow-gray on the reverse, both sides exhibit a number of tiny charcoal spots; 1920 AU50 Uncertified, the obverse is silver-gray, the side of Liberty's head has been heavily abraded, possibly by a striking error, the reverse is gray with streaky and peripheral brownish color, along with light wear over the eagle's wing feathers; 1920 AU55 Uncertified, a better lightly circulated example, with nice olive and olive-gold color, just a few slight surface blemishes, and slight wear on the high points; 1923 AU55 Uncertified, Liberty's head, the date, and the eagle are all moderately worn, the soft gray color is uniform and pleasing, there are only a modicum of wispy marks, and a minor but noticeable rim ding on the upper left reverse; 1929 AU50 Uncertified, Liberty's head is softly struck and flat, there are only a few tiny surface marks, the gray colors are mingled with uneven areas of pastel orange tone; 1930 AU50 Uncertified, unabraded with a coating of pinkish-gray patina, the obverse also exhibits varying iridescence with crimson, green, yellow, and orange hues; 1930 AU50 Uncertified, sharply struck and carefully preserved, with pleasing silver-gray surfaces; 1930 AU50 Uncertified, the pleasing light-gray surfaces only show a few trivial tick marks, there is a charcoal spot on the eagle's tail.

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    27th-1st Thursday-Saturday
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