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    Sharply Defined Gem Sesquicentennial Quarter Eagle

    1926 $2 1/2 Sesquicentennial MS65 NGC. Frosty and attractive. Pale olive-gold toning, with some splashes of golden brown. Although the legislation for the issue provided for a robust maximum mintage of 6,000,000 pieces, the level of demand must have been disappointing to the Sesquicentennial planners because in the end fewer than 48,000 were actually issued; indeed, many tens of thousands were melted as unsold. Of those that survived, a large portion ended up being mishandled in some way, and accordingly, just a small percentage of the Sesquicentennial quarter eagle population can be characterized as MS65.
    From the Dr. Kurt Peters Collection. From the Dr. Kurt Peters Collection.(#7466)(Registry values: N2998)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# BYLT, PCGS# 7466)

    Weight: 4.18 grams

    Metal: 90% Gold, 10% Copper


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    June, 2005
    2nd-3rd Thursday-Friday
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