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    1783 1C Washington & Independence Cent, Draped Bust, No Button, Copper Restrike, Plain Edge, PR65 Brown PCGS. Baker-3C, W-10310, R.6. 114.5 gn, per the Norweb catalog. Deep mahogany-brown with ice-blue and olive-green undertones. A fully struck and magnificent Gem. Double struck, the obverse (hammer) die rotated slightly clockwise between impressions while the hammer (reverse) die remained fixed. Listed on page 80 of the 2015 Guide Book.
    Ex: Norweb Collection (Stack's, 11/2006), lot 2006, which realized $1,955.
    From The Collection of Philip M. Peterson.


    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2B6S, PCGS# 682)


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