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    1937 1C Cent PR61 Red PCGS, bright orange-red color, numerous carbon specks on the reverse, and die striations (as struck) on each side; 1937 Nickel PR65 PCGS, glossy and razor-sharp, with one noticeable handling mark on the bison's shoulder and milky light-brown toning near the lower obverse rim; 1937 Dime PR64 PCGS, pristine with even pastel patina and a few dark specks on the reverse; 1937 Quarter PR63 PCGS, fully struck and free of handling marks, a slender raised die line (as struck) travels from the right reverse rim onto the eagle's left (facing) wing; and a 1937 Half Dollar PR61 PCGS, the reverse is fully impressed and seems pristine, the obverse displays a thread which was struck onto the coin at the upper left rim, and there are a few wispy hairlines in the obverse fields.
    From the Brian Loncar Collection.

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    July, 2003
    26th-28th Saturday-Monday
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