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    1922 No D Cent, Unc Sharpness
    FS-401, Strong Reverse

    1922 1C No D, Strong Reverse, FS-401 -- Questionable Color -- PCGS Genuine. Unc Details. Die Pair 2, the Strong Reverse variety, showing also the second 2 in the date sharp. This is the most sought-after of the 1922 No D cents, and Uncirculated examples are in high demand. The present coin is indeed unworn, although PCGS questions the originality of the toning. Each side displays mottled burgundy-brown patina with areas of pale copper-orange peering through. The strike is sharp, although it must be understood that the obverse of the No D cent is always "mushy" due to die erosion -- the reverse of this piece reveals the true strength of the strike. No major abrasions are seen.

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    June, 2021
    17th-20th Thursday-Sunday
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