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    1939 1C Cent PR64 Red and Brown ANACS, flashy with green and red-brown color, a few small handling marks and tiny carbon flecks on the obverse; 1939 Nickel Reverse of 1938 PR64 Five Steps ANACS, razor sharp with vivid purple and mauve colors on the obverse, green and orange on the reverse; 1939 Dime PR65 Full Bands ANACS, milky haze in the fields, russet color at the peripheries; 1939 Quarter PR64 ANACS, moderate haze, a small handling mark on Washington's jaw, and a few small brown spots on each side; and a 1939 Half Dollar PR66 ANACS, fully struck with aquamarine color and light haze in the fields, slight russet mottling at the peripheries.
    From the James L. Moore Collection.


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    Auction Dates
    July, 2003
    26th-28th Saturday-Monday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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