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    1938 1C PR62 Red and Brown ANACS, highly reflective with vivid toning and a lengthy handling mark in the right obverse field; 1938 Nickel PR64 5 Steps ANACS, fully struck with beautiful steel-blue color; 1938 Dime PR64 Full Split Bands ANACS, razor-sharp with lovely light toning and a charcoal-colored spot on each side; 1938 Quarter PR64 ANACS, well struck and free of contact marks, there are light russet toning specks on each side, mostly near the borders; and a 1938 Half Dollar PR64 ANACS, boldly struck and free of contact or handling error, there are random patches of russet, green, and pink toning on the obverse.

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    July, 2003
    26th-28th Saturday-Monday
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