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    Near-Gem 1966 Quarter on a Dime Planchet

    1966 25C Washington Quarter--Struck on a Dime Planchet--MS64 NGC. 2.2 grams. A satiny pearl-gray and pale gold piece with undisturbed and lightly buckled surfaces. Uncentered toward 10:30; the date is complete but distorted. No sign of LIBERTY or QUARTER DOLLAR, although Washington's skull is fully intact.
    From The Bellaire Collection, Part Two.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 246X, PCGS# 5879)


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    April, 2006
    26th-29th Wednesday-Saturday
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