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    Lot of 17 Certified Trimes, 1862 and 1862/1,
    Plus an Interesting Related Metal Coin Tube

    Lot of Seven 1862 and 10 1862/1 Three Cent Silvers, MS64 to MS66 PCGS With Metal Coin Tube. The lot includes: 1862 MS64, satiny silver-gray obverse with peach and violet toning at the frosty obverse; 1862 MS64, luminous with rich amethyst patina; 1862 MS64, satiny with rich sky-blue toning over each side and peach-orange at the reverse margins; 1862 MS64, bands of pink, rose, blue, aqua, and orange patina; 1862 MS64, metallic blue, peach, turquoise, and violet toning over lustrous surfaces; 1862 MS65, rich lavender toning on the obverse with orange over the reverse; 1862 MS66, carefully preserved with areas of violet, peach-rose, and silver-gray; 1862/1 MS64, soft silver-blue and violet patina with a patch of rose-orange at the upper left reverse; 1862/1 MS64, silver-gray on the obverse with light apricot and red toning at the rims and vividly toned orange and violet on the reverse; 1862/1 MS64, silver-blue obverse with pink, magenta, and midnight-blue on the reverse; 1862/1 MS64, soft blue-green, peach, and turquoise patina; 1862/1 MS64, luminous beneath aqua, azure, and silver-gray toning; 1862/1 MS64, warm silver-peach, violet, and deep blue patina; 1862/1 MS65, regions of pink, blue-green, apricot, and plum; 1862/1 MS65, blue-green in the centers with peach at the margins; 1862/1 MS65, mottled aqua, blue, and purplish-pink toning; and a 1862/1 MS65, soft blue-green and gold on the obverse with brighter turquoise, violet, and cerulean toning on the reverse.
    Also included is a sturdy metal coin tube of small diameter, likely iron or steel, with slide mechanism for dispensing coins at the top and a body with a finely etched geometric pattern. A slim panel along the length of the tube reads "HATCHER'S. PATENT ISSUED APRIL 12TH 1853."(Registry values: N991)

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

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2007
    8th-10th Wednesday-Friday
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