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Beautiful velvet mint frost graces the devices. The fields are free of contact marks with only a few scattered lines limiting the grade. Very flashy.
The Marc Emory specimen. Held in his personal collection as part of an 1864 mint set for 31 years! White and flashy, the fields are nearly perfect. Gorgeous luster completes the package.
The Rudolf specimen - the finest known. Amazing mint bloom graces near perfect surfaces. A light hint of golden toning is confined to Miss Liberty, otherwise white and flashy.
The Hayes specimen - the finest known. Spectacular red-orange periphrial toning surrounds white and creamy centers. The surfaces are pristine, with nary a bagmark to distract. Fantastic!
The Childs specimen. From the same collection as the finest 1804 dollar. Superbly original, with deeply frosted devices and untouched dusky toning.
The Rudolf specimen - the finest known. Utterly dripping with luster and eye appeal. Amazing velvety mint frost is practically painted on the devices. Superb!
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