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    Double Denomination 1998 Cent on Struck Dime

    1998 1C Lincoln Cent--Double Denomination on Struck Dime--MS64 PCGS. The dime mintmark is visible, but the date of the undertype is obliterated by the cent striking. Roosevelt faces west relative to the Lincoln Memorial, while the flame from the torch rests on Lincoln's forehead. A lustrous, nearly brilliant, and carefully preserved "eleven cent" piece.
    From The Bellaire Collection, Part Two.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 22JY, PCGS# 3148)


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    April, 2006
    26th-29th Wednesday-Saturday
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