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    2000-P 25C New Hampshire State Quarter--Struck 12% Off Center--MS64 PCGS, struck off center at 7 o'clock relative to the side with Washington, a heavy die crack wanders across the base of the mountain, lustrous with some distortion of the peripheral legends; 1921 Morgan Dollar--Cracked Planchet, Damaged--ANACS, VG Details, Net Good 4, a heavy planchet crack from 8 o'clock to Liberty's chin, a couple of minor rim dings, a gouge on the eagle's belly; and a 1981 Canada Cent--Split Before Strike--MS60 Red and Brown ANACS, softly struck due to the unduly thin planchet, the centers have rich luster, the coin has a bend near 7 o'clock.

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    Auction Dates
    May, 2003
    1st-3rd Thursday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 11
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