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1873 Trade Dollar, PR64+ Cameo
1873 T$1 PR64+ Cameo PCGS. Ex: Simpson. The Trade dollar was
introduced in 1873 with nearly 400,000 circulation strikes and 600
proofs minted at Philadelphia. This is an exemplary near-Gem
specimen, high-end for the grade with eye-catching Cameo contrast
that persists despite a blanket of original toning. Rainbow patina
includes shades of gold and green, blue and violet, rose and orange
that transition seamlessly from one to the other across each side.
Population: 17 in 64 (2 in 64+) Cameo, 2 finer in this category
Blanket of Rainbow Toning
Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 27YJ, PCGS# 87053)
Weight: 27.20 grams
Metal: 90% Silver, 10% Copper
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