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    1875-CC T$1 MS60 PCGS. Type Two Reverse. Breen-5797, "very rare." The vast majority of 1875-CC Trade Dollars feature a berry beneath the eagle's right claw, absent on this Type Two example. The surfaces exhibit frosty luster and are visited by a whisper of light tan-gold patina around the margins. Most of the design elements are well executed, though the hair on Liberty's head is weak. Numerous luster grazes and light contact marks are visible in the fields, especially on the obverse.
    From The Andy Geosits Collection of Trade Dollars.(Registry values: N991) (NGC ID# 2535, PCGS# 7038)

    Weight: 27.22 grams

    Metal: 90% Silver, 10% Copper


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    January, 2006
    4th-7th Wednesday-Saturday
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