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    Nicely Toned 1912 Barber Quarter PR67

    1912 25C PR67 PCGS. Wholly original surfaces display pinpoint sharpness and somewhat underappreciated reflectivity beneath a rich coating of speckled blue and amber iridescent toning. From an original mintage of 700 proofs, only a tiny percentage survives at this outstanding level of preservation. Population: 8 in 67, 1 finer (1/05).
    From the Bruce Scher #1 All-Time PCGS Registry Set.(#5698) (Registry values: N2998)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 242U, PCGS# 5698)

    Weight: 6.25 grams

    Metal: 90% Silver, 10% Copper


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    Auction Dates
    February, 2005
    23rd-24th Wednesday-Thursday
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