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    PCGS Certified 1867 Proof Set, Complete through Silver Dollar

    A Ten-Piece 1867 Proof Set PR62 to PR64 PCGS. The set includes:

    Cent PR64 Red and Brown. Well struck and exquisite with intermingled orange and lilac patina.

    Two Cent Piece PR64 Red and Brown. A needle-sharp near-Gem with essentially undisturbed surfaces. Bright honey color competes for territory with lavender hues.

    Three Cent Nickel PR63. This silver-gray specimen features a curly mint-made lintmark on Liberty's jaw. Crisply struck aside from the centers of the first two pillars of the denomination.

    Three Cent Silver PR63. Golden-brown, ruby-red, and ocean-blue colors appear when this boldly struck and nicely preserved example is rotated under a light. Business strikes and proofs combined for only 4,625 pieces.

    No Rays Nickel PR62. Fletcher's IIa Reverse. A meticulously struck dove-gray piece with a few wispy hairlines on the reverse.

    Half Dime PR62. Mauve and electric-blue colors embrace this nicely struck and lightly hairlined specimen. A low mintage date, since just 8,625 proofs and commercial strikes were coined.

    Dime PR63. Navy-blue and golden-brown patina cedes to a lightly toned reverse center. The 18 in the date is lightly repunched. Silver coins did not circulate during this era except in the far west, and between proofs and business strikes only 6,625 pieces were issued.

    Quarter PR63. Orange, mauve, and sky-blue colors bathe this lightly hairlined piece. Just 625 proofs were struck, along with a mere 20,000 business strikes.

    Half Dollar PR63. An exquisitely struck example that has deep honey, aqua, and navy-blue patina. A few hairlines and handling marks are evident upon thorough examination. Elusive due to a stingy proof mintage of 625 pieces.

    Silver Dollar PR63. This boldly struck Seated Dollar has carefully preserved surfaces and deep apple-green, mauve, tan, and pearl-gray patina. A desirable type in proof format.
    From The Paulsboro Collection.


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

    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    June, 2004
    3rd-5th Thursday-Saturday
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