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    1942 Proof Set PR64 to PR67 PCGS. This set includes: 1942 cent PR64 Red and Brown PCGS, rich color with vivid underlying iridescence; 1942 nickel Type 1 PR64 PCGS, sharply struck with a coating of olive-tan patina, a few light marks on Jefferson's face, and a small carbon spot in the left obverse field; 1942-P nickel Type 2 PR66 PCGS, well struck with lovely golden toning over both sides; 1942 dime PR65 PCGS, razor-sharp with a coating of beige patina over pristine surfaces; 1942 quarter PR67 PCGS, a well-struck Superb Gem, free of contact marks, there are faint die polish lines noted on Washington's portrait; and a 1942 half dollar PR65 PCGS, crisply impressed Gem with seemingly pristine surfaces, and milky tan toning on the fields.

    Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.

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    Auction Dates
    September, 2009
    10th-13th Thursday-Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 10
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