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Flawless surfaces with a deep violet tone. Dies rotated as shown. Is this unusual? Old green-label holder from over 15 years ago.
99% RED, if not full red. Full strike. Blazing luster.
Full strike with glowing luster.
90% RED. Very few marks. A few stains are present.
A beautiful proof with flawless surfaces and an outstanding emerald tone.
Full strike with golden red color. Later die state.
Well struck with blazing luster. A very scarce date. This is an original red example with a few minor stains. Very few marks.
75% RED. Full stike. Nearly full red obverse but with some uneven toning. Hardly any marks. Old 1st generation holder from over 25 years ago.
Beautiful Mahogany brown tone.
Chocolate brown with very few marks.
Fully struck with outstanding surfaces. It is a solid no-question red with very no mentionable marks and only few light flyspecks, which are mostly surface flecks. As nice as a 65RD and one wonders why it wasn't given that grade.
95% RED. Full strike and a very early die state. Here is an outstanding example of this very tough date. Small scratch on the lapel limits the garde, and keeps it affordable. Old green-label holder from over 15 years ago.
Trace of red. Full strike and early die state. Tough date.
50% RED. Full strike with a sharp early die state. Very few marks. This is a tough date in this grade.
Full strike with sharp details. Very few marks.
50% RED. Full strike with sharp dies. Very few marks.
Struck off center to 12:00 with a second planchet causing an indent on the reverse. Full date.
Full strike with very few mark. Trace of red.
Full strike with blazing lustr on the obverse. The reverse is much more muted. Likely an end-of the roll coin. Very scarce.
Full strike. Glossy chocolate brown. Should be MS63.
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