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Full strike. Magenta and purple tone. Very attractive toning.
70% RED. Full strike. Good luster.
Beautiful toning over great luster. The toning is disturbed in some areas, but it is mark free and gorgeous.
Full strike with a beautiful roll-fresh appearence. Very few marks.
Very few marks and great luster. Very few marks, as would be expected for the grade. Slight weakness on the first three feather tips due to a debris strike-through.
20% RED. Full strike. Very few marks.
Full strike with very few marks.
99% RED. Roll-fresh look.
A neat variety with a die gouge by the eye.
A very popular die flaw variety. The best variety of the 1900-1909 era of the series. The variety is listed on the holder.
Very lustrous with purple toning.
50% RED. Full strike. Glowing deep red color. Very attractive.
30% RED. Very few marks.
Scarce and bold repunched date. The variety is listed on the holder.
30% RED. Very few marks. First three feathers are weak due to a debris strike-through.
75% RED. Very few marks. Old 1st generation holder from over 20 years ago. Fingerprint toning by UNI.
Full strike with outstanding luster and wonderful eye appeal.
Blazing luster with very few marks This is a super coin.
Full strike with prooflike fields. A very attractive example.
Full strike with outstanding luster. Just a few light marks.
60% RED. Mostly red obverse.
30% RED. Full strike with hardly any marks. Small spot by Lady Liberty's mouth.
A stunning example with the look of a 66RD.
A minor doubled die reverse. The finest example seen.
Full strike with hardly any marks. A stunning example for the grade.
30% RED. Bold repunched date. One of the finest known.
90% RED. Very close to full red. Might be 64RB but for a light fingerprint tone.
Full strike and very lustrous.
99% RED. Full strike with outstanding luster and very few marks.
Bold repunched date. The variety is listed on the holder.
Attractive chocolate brown. Repunched date too.
90% RED. Full strike. A very bold repunched date.
Fully struck with outstanding luster. Some light marks limit the grade. A bold repunched date. The variety is labeled on the holder.
Bold repunched date.
90% RED. Full strike with very few marks. Bold repunched date on the 17. Old fat-style holder from over 20 years ago.
99% RED. Fully struck. Looks full red.
Full strike. Chocolate brown. Repunched date.
Just a trace of wear.
Well struck with very few marks. Light woodgrain tone that is mostly brown.
50% RED. Full strike. Very few marks.
This is a beautiful example with satinly luster and great eye appeal. Small hit on the cheek is the only mentionable mark. There is a planchet flake by the rim at 5:00, but that is mint-caused. Ex: Carnton collection.
Close to VF. Chocolate brown.
Attractive chocolate brown with very few marks. Looks like what the grading services are calling XF.
90% RED. Full strike with very few marks. Nearly full red. This is a very popular date with the lowest mintage of the series. Much scarcer than the 1909-S VDB Lincoln cent.
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