According to the PCGS Certification Database, the requested certification number is defined as the following:
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|28-Aug-2022||$144,000||Heritage Auctions||2022 August 22-28 U.S. Coins Signature Auction #1348|
|12-May-2015||$76,375||Heritage Auctions||The Eugene H. Gardner Collection III US Coins Signature Auction - New York #1228|
|04-Aug-2012||$80,500||Stack's Bowers||The August 2012 Philadelphia ANA World's Fair of Money Auction|
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Verification of certification numbers on the PCGS Certification Database does not eliminate the risk of buying counterfeit and altered coins. Though uncommon, counterfeiters may also counterfeit PCGS grading inserts using actual certification numbers derived from public sources.
As a general rule, PCGS encourages the purchase of PCGS verified coins from PCGS Authorized Dealers.
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Data entry errors occasionally may occur causing the information on the coin holder to differ from the PCGS database. If the information listed above appears to be incorrect, please contact PCGS Customer Service at (800) 447-8848.
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