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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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