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    1965 10C MS67 Full Bands PCGS. This uniquely toned Superb Gem shows a concentration of olive and pistachio-green in the margins on each side, deepening to aquamarine at the peripheries and lightening to lavender-blue in the centers. A sliver of rose-gold resides between the primary shades. There is a small spot near the uppermost olive leaf. This piece is tied numerically with the example in the current highest-rated Registry Set. Population: 8 in 67 Full Bands, 1 finer (5/15).

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 23M4, PCGS# 85130)

    Weight: 2.27 grams

    Metal: 75% Copper, 25% Nickel (Over Copper Center)


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