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    1952 1C Cent PR64 Red PCGS, hazy brick-red color with mint-green shades at the borders; 1952 Nickel PR67 PCGS, fully brilliant; 1952 Dime PR67 PCGS, some colorful peripheral toning shows mostly on the reverse; 1952 Quarter PR67 PCGS, original border toning on each side; 1952 Half Dollar PR66 PCGS, attractive peripheral color; 1953 Cent PR66 Red PCGS, pretty sparkling red color with no spots; 1953 Nickel PR65 PCGS, a little opaque color shows on the reverse; 1953 Dime PR66 PCGS, nicely toned over both sides; 1953 Quarter PR67 PCGS, similar toning to the forementioned dime; and a 1953 Half Dollar PR66 PCGS, partially toned with some scattered hairlines on the obverse device.
    From the Brian Loncar Collection.


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    Auction Dates
    July, 2003
    26th-28th Saturday-Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 5
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