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    1945 Dime, MS63 Full Bands
    Major 20th Century Strike Rarity

    1945 10C MS63 Full Bands PCGS. David Hall provides a compelling anecdote on the CoinFacts website for the 1945 Mercury dime with Full Bands, relating to the origin of the designation and the status of this issue as one of the great 20th century strike rarities. Of the 159.1 million coins struck, a few hundred are known with full separation on the central bands. This Select example has radiant mint frost over brilliant surfaces that show the faintest trace of gold color. A major key date for the specialist.
    Ex: Dallas Signature (Heritage, 11/2005), lot 1185.(Registry values: N991)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 23KE, PCGS# 5057)

    Weight: 2.49 grams

    Metal: 90% Silver, 10% Copper

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    July, 2018
    12th-15th Thursday-Sunday
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