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    Select Proof 1899 Proof Set

    1899 Proof Set ANACS Certified. Included are:
    Cent PR62 Red and Brown ANACS. Much of the original red remains with significant patches of deeper cherry-red and cobalt-blue around the peripheries. Lovely coloration but marred by a spot in the center of the reverse.
    Nickel PR63 ANACS. Deeply mirrored with light golden toning.
    Dime PR63 ANACS. The centers are generally untoned with deeper golden-brown and cobalt-blue color around the margins.
    Quarter PR63 Obverse Cameo ANACS. A stunning cameo on the obverse and very lightly toned. The reverse has dusky gray-golden patina.
    Half PR63 ANACS. The obverse is brilliant while the reverse is lightly toned. Nicely mirrored.
    Dollar PR61 ANACS. Obviously hairlined but deeply mirrored with just a hint of light color present.

    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    September, 2002
    26th-28th Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 10
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