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    1967 Quarter on a Cent Planchet
    MS65 Red and Brown

    1967 25C Washington Quarter -- Struck on a Cent Planchet -- MS65 Red and Brown PCGS. Ex: Harrison Phillips Collection. This off metal error was struck aligned with the collar at 9 o'clock. The portrait and eagle are complete. As is the case with the other peripheral legends, the date is partial and heavily distorted from metal flow to the rim. Toned orange-gold and lilac-red.
    From The Strawberry Fields Collection.


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