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    1877 Twenty Cent Piece, PR64
    Proof-Only Issue
    Lowest-Mintage in the Series

    1877 20C PR64 NGC. CAC. BF-1, R.3. The denomination was discontinued for circulation, and all 1877 twenty cent pieces were struck in proof format. A mere 510 pieces were produced. This Choice survivor displays vibrant, steel-blue accents at the borders, yielding to pale-russet and golden hues across glassy, reflective fields. The central motifs are mostly frost-white, and contrast boldly against the mirrored fields. A few tiny obverse marks and hair-thin abrasions are seen with a loupe, yet this CAC-endorsed near-Gem proof has plentiful eye appeal. Census: 48 in 64, 47 finer. CAC: 12 in 64, 14 finer (3/19).
    From The William Rehwald Proof Set Collection. (Registry values: N2998)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 27H4, PCGS# 5305)

    Weight: 5.00 grams

    Metal: 90% Silver, 10% Copper

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