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    1855 Kellogg & Co. Twenty, XF40
    Unlisted K-3c Variety

    1855 $20 Kellogg & Co. Twenty Dollar XF40 PCGS. K-3c (not listed in Kagin), R.5. This impressive XF40 specimen employs the Short Arrows reverse, and the obverse shows the O in CO embedded in Liberty's hair, with all the digits in the date located left of the curl, identifying the elusive K-3c variety. The K-3c was discovered after Don Kagin published his series reference on Territorial issues. This attractive XF specimen shows some light wear on the well-detailed design elements and the lustrous orange-gold surfaces show the normal number of minor abrasions for the grade. Listed on page 406 of the 2018 Guide Book. Housed in a green label holder.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 6J5X, PCGS# 10225)


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

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2017
    6th-9th Thursday-Sunday
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