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    1909 VDB 1C MS 64 Red ANACS, a few scattered carbon spots interrupt the otherwise orange-red surfaces and seem to rule out a full Gem grade; 1914 MS 61 Brown, somewhat subdued and golden-brown in color; 1920-D MS 62 Brown, silver-gray and golden-brown patina blankets both sides; 1920-S MS 62 Brown, select angles reveal multicolored undertones; 1934-D MS 65 Red, sharply struck and fully lustrous; 1935-S MS 63 Red, scattered contact marks confirm the grade; 1952 PR 64 Red, smooth and suggestive of a higher grade; 1953 PR 64 Red, pleasing amber-orange luster pounds through the holder; and a 1954 PR 65 Red, the surfaces are as fresh as the day this coin left the Mint. All coins are ANACS certified.

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    Auction Dates
    February, 2000
    10th-11th Thursday-Friday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 2
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