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    1942 1C Cent PR63 Red ANACS, well struck with moderate carbon and several dark toning streaks near the upper reverse rim; 1942 Nickel PR65 5.5 Steps ANACS, sharply struck with nice olive color and a thin coat of beige patina over each side; 1942-P Nickel PR65 6 Steps ANACS, fully struck with a dark toning spot on the upper obverse rim; 1942 Dime PR66 Full Bands ANACS, well struck and seemingly pristine, with mottled chartreuse, russet, and sea-green colors; 1942 Quarter PR66 ANACS, fully impressed with hazy, milky patina throughout; and a 1942 Half Dollar PR65 ANACS, adequately struck with milky haze in the fields and slight russet patina 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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