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    1953 1C Cent PR62 Red ANACS, fully struck and free of handling marks, with a number of small carbon spots on each side; 1953 Nickel PR65 6 Steps ANACS, monumentally impressed with a bright glossy sheen, a wispy handling mark is seen on the upper left reverse rim; 1953 Dime PR65 Full Bands ANACS, fully struck and free of contact remnants, there is mild snow-white haze in the fields, and slight russet mottling near the obverse peripheries, faint die striations (as struck) reside on the portrait; 1953 Quarter PR66 ANACS, superbly struck, lovely soft haze in the fields, die striations (as struck) on Washington's portrait; and a 1953 Half Dollar PR63 ANACS, attractive blue-green haze in the fields, with lovely golden-brown color near the borders, slender die polish lines (as made) near the center of each side.
    From the James L. Moore Collection.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2003
    26th-28th Saturday-Monday
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