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Laibstain. Troy Wiseman Collection specimen. The most abundant coin to survive in the whole series in mint state in all grade levels. Virtually 10% of each and every mint state certified grade by PCGS is made up of the 1892 Philadelphia issue. Th...

Laibstain. The normal sized "O" mint mark. A very pretty coin with colorful natural toning that enhances smooth surfaces of this low mintage early date. Even in low grades, the 92-O is highly praised for its low population and low survival, making i...

Laibstain. A very rare variety first discovered within a year or two after striking. The micro O half of 1892 is a rare and valuable coin with less than 100 coins know. The finest is the MS 68 Eliasberg/Friend example, followed by the James Stack ...

Barberlover. Sale transacted from contact made on the PCGS message boards. A very nice MS 66 coin, one of three with only one finer. Well struck and lustrous as is common for this issue. Low mintage and highly respected in all grades, but mint state ...

Laibstain. Very nice coin with amazing, pretty, colorful toning over smooth surfaces and nice underlying luster. Tied with eight other MS 66 examples, and one coin finer. The second year of issue and far less commonly saved in mint state than the ...

Laibstain. Beautiful and colorful toning over good luster. A coin that often comes very weakly struck, but strikes run the gamut up to well struck. The Dale Friend collection had a coin that was a very strong strike, for example. Not a common coin i...
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