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The Brand-Knoxville-Morelan specimen. The surfaces are amazingly album toned and alive with luster. A few tiny ticks do not distract. The reverse is especially frosty, with a cameo eagle in the center.
This stunning example of the 1796 dollar is the absolute finest known. The fields are alive with semi prooflike flash and the color is simply outstanding. While a bit dark, the coin is a solid gem due to the eye appeal and flash.
The Green-Newman-Morelan specimen. Delightfully lustrous for the date with a very sharp strike. The even toning serves to frame the devices which stand out nicely from the fields. A bit of shiny contact on the cheek and a few lines on the neck of ...
The Cleneay-Green-Newman-Morelan specimen. This coin is the finest known for this transitional type. It has full flowing luster and wonderful toning. A bit baggy with a touch of high point friction, it is nonetheless a marvelous example of a date ...
The Stellar-Morelan specimen. Sharply struck and wonderfully lustrous, with full cartwheels front and back. A blush of dusky toning over white silvery surfaces. A tick or two do not detract.
The Boston-Morelan specimen. Held for nearly two centuries in a Boston area family's collection. Famed dollar collector Jack Lee once called this the "only early dollar in true unc" than he had seen. It is wonderfully original with full flowing lu...
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