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    1951 1C Cent PR67 Red PCGS, sharply struck, highly lustrous, and seemingly pristine, with bright orange-green color; 1951 Nickel PR65 PCGS, fully struck with smoky-green haze in the reverse fields, where a number of alloy spots reside, and lovely purple-blue toning on the obverse; 1951 Dime PR64 PCGS, crisply impressed with no contact marks and snowy-white haze in the fields; 1951 Quarter PR64 PCGS, well struck and very bright, with no apparent handling marks, perhaps conservatively graded; and a 1951 Half Dollar PR64 PCGS, highly reflective with slight haze and a few small white spots on the obverse, an unusual toning area near the lower left reverse border.
    From the Brian Loncar Collection.

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    July, 2003
    26th-28th Saturday-Monday
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