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    1936 Proof Set, PR60-PR63
    All Pieces Are ANACS Certified

    1936 Five-Piece Proof Set PR60 to PR63 ANACS. All five coins are separately housed in small-sized ANACS holders. Included are:

    Brilliant Cent PR63 Red and Brown. The fields show definite reflectivity and each side displays reddish-yellow and brown patina.

    Satin Finish Nickel -- Corroded -- Net PR60. Attractive, light multicolored toning is seen over each side, and there is a substantial spot of corrosion at the top of the feathers on the obverse.

    Dime PR62 Full Split Bands. The otherwise brilliant surfaces are peppered with numerous tiny specks of russet toning. The FSB designation is certainly a curious one on a proof striking.

    Quarter PR62. The surfaces are mostly brilliant with occasional specks of russet on each side.

    Half Dollar PR63. Just the slightest hint of toning can be seen on this first-year proof. The fields are better-mirrored than often seen on this date.

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