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    1952-S Washington Quarter, MS68
    Tied for Finest Certified at PCGS

    1952-S 25C MS68 PCGS Secure. CAC. From a substantial mintage of 13.7 million pieces, the 1952-S Washington quarter is readily available in most grades, but few survivors can match the quality of the present coin. This magnificent MS68 specimen is patinated in shades of lavender-gray and dark green, with vibrant mint luster underneath and incredible eye appeal. Population: 3 in 68, 0 finer (12/12).
    From The David Poole Collection of Silver Washington Quarters.(Registry values: N491)

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 2463, PCGS# 5851)

    Weight: 6.25 grams

    Metal: 90% Silver, 10% Copper


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    January, 2013
    9th-14th Wednesday-Monday
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