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Close to Perfect - 4th

2009 2010
Current Statistics
Rank

4
GPA with Top Bonuses

69.254
GPA Weighted

69.167
Complete

100.00%
Set Rating

69.254
%FB

100.00%
Retired Statistics
Rank

2
GPA Weighted

69.167
Complete

100.00%
Set Rating

69.167

About This Set: This set has been built by Nick Cascio (onlyroosies)and is currently the only complete 67 Full Band Roosie Set in existence. The set is loaded with many wonderful toners, but also has a nice mix of blast white coins. Please enjoy the True View pictures. I originally intended to keep this set as an all 67FB set, but we're always looking for better examples of any coin. We finally gave in and added a 68FB coin, and then decided to put the entire set through Secure Plus for regrade. We were really pleased to have have nine coins upgraded to 67+FB and one upgraded to 68FB! Please e-mail me or Nick ([email protected])about any Roosie we might be interested in, Silver or Clad. Thanks for looking and enjoy!

Close to Perfect

Image Item PCGS # Date Denom Grade PCGS # Pop PCGS # Pop Higher Pop Pop Higher Comments
1946 85082 1946 10C MS67FB 53 11 5311
1946-D 85083 1946-D 10C MS67FB 104 14 10414
1946-S 85084 1946-S 10C MS67+ FB 25 13 2613
1947 85085 1947 10C MS67FB 46 6 466
1947-D 85086 1947-D 10C MS67FB 36 7 367
1947-S 85087 1947-S 10C MS67FB 47 19 4719
1948 85088 1948 10C MS67+ FB 4 3 43
1948-D 85089 1948-D 10C MS67+ FB 14 5 145
1948-S 85090 1948-S 10C MS67FB 122 10 12210
1949 85091 1949 10C MS67FB 16 4 164
1949-D 85092 1949-D 10C MS68FB 9 0 90
1949-S 85093 1949-S 10C MS67FB 16 7 167
1950 85094 1950 10C MS67+ FB 7 4 74
1950-D 85095 1950-D 10C MS67+ FB 18 5 185
1950-S 85096 1950-S 10C MS67+ FB 16 4 164
1951 85097 1951 10C MS67FB 53 12 5312
1951-D 85098 1951-D 10C MS68FB 5 0 50
1951-S 85099 1951-S 10C MS68FB 8 0 80
1952 85100 1952 10C MS67FB 30 5 305
1952-D 85101 1952-D 10C MS67FB 83 13 8313
1952-S 85102 1952-S 10C MS67+ FB 18 4 184
1953 85103 1953 10C MS67FB 8 1 81
1953-D 85104 1953-D 10C MS67FB 71 12 7112
1953-S 85105 1953-S 10C MS67FB 24 8 248
1954 85106 1954 10C MS67FB 24 5 245
1954-D 85107 1954-D 10C MS67FB 41 6 416
1954-S 85108 1954-S 10C MS67+ FB 3 1 31
1955 85109 1955 10C MS67FB 11 1 111
1955-D 85110 1955-D 10C MS67FB 51 7 517
1955-S 85111 1955-S 10C MS67FB 8 0 80
1956 85112 1956 10C MS67FB 15 4 154
1956-D 85113 1956-D 10C MS67FB 19 3 193
1957 85114 1957 10C MS67FB 10 2 102
1957-D 85115 1957-D 10C MS67FB 28 5 285
1958 85116 1958 10C MS67FB 8 1 81
1958-D 85117 1958-D 10C MS67FB 122 17 12217
1959 85118 1959 10C MS67FB 33 6 336
1959-D 85119 1959-D 10C MS67+ FB 16 1 161
1960 85120 1960 10C MS67FB 32 3 323
1960-D 85121 1960-D 10C MS67FB 19 8 198
1961 85122 1961 10C MS67FB 6 2 62
1961-D 85123 1961-D 10C MS67FB 16 6 166
1962 85124 1962 10C MS67FB 28 1 281
1962-D 85125 1962-D 10C MS67FB 51 6 516
1963 85126 1963 10C MS67FB 4 2 42
1963-D 85127 1963-D 10C MS67FB 14 1 141
1964 85128 1964 10C MS67FB 28 4 284
1964-D 85129 1964-D 10C MS67FB 23 6 236

COMMENTS

This is EXACTLY how a set should be done. All 46 coins are PQ and uniform in grade. This is a remarkable acheivement on behalf of OnlyRoosies and I'm very gald to see that Dan is going to carry the torch. Good luck in finding up-grades for this set, as there doesn't appear to be many. Paul. P.S. The Green marbled 1961 is one of the most beautiful coins I've ever seen.

Posted @ 12/2/2006 9:35 AM By MS69FB