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    1909 1C Indian Cent PR 65 Red and Brown PCGS. Moderately reflective, this example displays an even orange-brown appearance. The devices are powerfully impressed and both sides are devoid of mentionable surface impairments.

    1909 Lincoln Cent PR 66 Red PCGS. Toning enthusiasts really need to see this lovely Gem representative. The lustrous red surfaces reveal competing swirls of gold, lavender, and blue-green undertones throughout. The carefully preserved faces accentuate the razor sharp delineation.

    1909 Nickel PR 65 PCGS. Mottled honey-brown iridescence is noted on both sides, but the deeply reflective fields are readily evident at most angles of observation. The strike is essentially complete and the smooth surfaces do full justice to the respected Gem grade designation.

    1909 Dime PR 66 PCGS. Deep, rich blue-gray patina envelops the reverse and masks the underlying proof qualities. The obverse, on the other hand, reveals intermingled swirls of electric-blue, lilac, and tan-gray iridescence. The mark-free surfaces are indicative of the PR 66 designation and allow for uninhibited appreciation of the smartly impressed features.

    1909 Quarter PR 67 PCGS. Although predominantly golden-gray, the mottled toning scheme evidences multicolored undertones throughout. With rich delineation and mark-free faces, this original Superb Gem specimen has the appearance of numismatic perfection. Population: 12 in 67, only 4 finer (9/99).

    1909 Half PR 66 PCGS. More evenly toned on the reverse, charcoal-gray, electric-blue, and russet-purple shades are noted on both sides. Save for trivial striking softness on the eagle's right (facing) shoulder, all features are powerfully impressed and crisply defined. The underlying proof qualities are only evident at select light angles.


    Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.

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    Auction Dates
    November, 1999
    18th-20th Thursday-Saturday
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