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25C 1939 PCGS MS68

Original Lot at Legend Rare Coin Auctions

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Legend Rare Coin Auctions Auction The Regency Auction 30 Jan-2019 Blast white and virtually perfect quality for any Set Registry collector who desires a stunning example of this date. The luster is powerful and Mint fresh, with just a few hints of toning to attest to the bold originality of this majestic coin. The strike is bold, and the surfaces are free of bagmarks. A strong loupe finds that Washington is super clean, as is the eagle, right to the top of its breast, where the luster is unbroken and unmarred. This is quite unusual for a Washington Quarter of this era as these were packed in bags and rolls, where the coins had multiple opportunities to jostle about, incurring tiny nicks that drag down the majority into lower grades. Here is one that stands tall, one that is tied with a few others as the absolute FINEST known! PCGS 17, NGC 6. The last auction appearances for a non-CAC PCGS coin was back in 2014, where one sold for $3,819. CAC-approved coins have sold in the $4,600-$5,750 range and this coin, despite not being CAC-approved should bring a premium bid thanks to is SUPERB eye appeal. Cert. Number 25604138 PCGS # 5808

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PCGS # Service Cert # PCGS Pop PCGS Pop Higher PCGS Price GuideSM Value Set Registry
5808 PCGS 25604138 18 0 $6,000.00 View a set that requires this coin
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