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Red color, well struck, nice luster
CAC from The D. Brent Pogue Collection Part VII: Masterpieces of United States Coinage
Little red on obverse and more red on reverse. Little blotchy
Lots of red with a small carbon spot on reverse
Very nice brown on red. Both sides evenly matched
Very choice coin
Brillant, very white for this type
Pedigree: Old North State - Brilliant light golden toning, good strike, satiny luster
White almost gem
Little White Blazier
Solid white slider
Very white, almost choice gem coin
Choice solid white
Pedigree: Old North State - Well struck with satiny, lustrous, untoned surfaces. There are multiple die cracks and die striations (as struck), most of them on the obverse.
Exhibits frosty silver luster, bold design motifs, and untoned surfaces. A glass reveals the trivial marks that prevent a higher numerical grade.
A frosty, very pleasing, totally problem-free white coin.
A frosty, white, very pleasing, totally problem-free example of
Pedigree: Old North State - Very sharply struck on each side. The surfaces show thick mint frost and are untoned. A very appealing type coin.
White, with no toning
Brilliant, white and lustrous
Sharply detailed, shows just a touch of flatness on the stars with vibrant mint luster radiates from both sides and eye appeal is quite strong.
Brilliant, well struck