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    1901 Lesher Dollar, Zerbe-6, MS62
    J.M. Slusher, Serial No. 87, HK-792

    1901 $1 Lesher Dollar, J.M. Slusher, Silver, Z-6, HK-792, Serial #87, Silver, R.5, MS62 PCGS. The reported number of Lesher dollars stamped with the J.M. Slusher imprint (designated as Zerbe-6) is believed to be 260 pieces, and 77 of those are known today according to the census. That includes five examples held in institutional collections. This one features beautiful gunmetal-blue and violet toning over the obverse. Similar hues surround golden patina centrally on the reverse. The finest of the type certified at PCGS (8/21).
    Ex: Herbert Oechsner Collection (Stack's, 9/1988), lot 1505; Anthony Terranova; Bob Rhue; National Money Show Auction (Kagin's, 2/2020), lot 3022.

    Coin Index Numbers: (PCGS# 643508)

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    October, 2021
    7th-10th Thursday-Sunday
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