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Categories  •  Stack's October 2006 New York The 71st Anniversary Sale U. S. Nickels U. S. Buffalo Nickels
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Lot # Description GradeView our Explanation of Comparative Grading Hammer Price
2628 1920'S' Very Choice Brilliant Uncirculated VERY CH BU $4,000.00
1920'S' Very Choice Brilliant Uncirculated. Here is a bright coin with a touch of pale golden color...
Here is a bright coin with a touch of pale golden color for a pleasing look. There are no marks or other impediments that are worthy of mention. Silky mint bloom dances over the surfaces for a charming appeal. A lovely example of an issue that is scarcely found in such high grades.
2629 1924'D' Very Choice Brilliant Uncirculated VERY CH BU $1,000.00
1924'D' Very Choice Brilliant Uncirculated. Pale golden toning and pleasing original mint frost give...
Pale golden toning and pleasing original mint frost give this coin great eye appeal. A wholesome example that becomes scarce in grades of Choice Brilliant Uncirculated and finer.
2630 1925 Very Choice Brilliant Uncirculated VERY CH BU $150.00

Glowing frosty surfaces display a wealth of delicate golden toning for outstanding visual appeal.
2631 1929'D' Very Choice Brilliant Uncirculated VERY CH BU $300.00

Wonderful lustre and the most delightful golden toning highlight this coin's bold quality. The strike shows a whisper of weakness but the overall beauty of this coin more than makes up for that small deficiency. This is a pleasing Denver coin sure to make its new owner proud.
2632 1936 Gem Brilliant Proof GEM BR PF $1,300.00
1936 Gem Brilliant Proof, on the cusp of fully Superb. This example of the Type 1 or Satin Proof coinage...
- on the cusp of fully Superb. This example of the Type 1 or Satin Proof coinage is distinguished by softly glowing rose-gold covering the flawless reflective surfaces. Here is a thoroughly pleasing example of the first date of resumed Proof coinage, the most sought-after of this short series that ended in 1942. NGC Type 1 PF66.
2633 1937 Gem Brilliant Proof GEM BR PF $1,600.00
1937 Gem Brilliant Proof, essentially fully Superb. It would be impossible to exaggerate the nearly...
- essentially fully Superb. It would be impossible to exaggerate the nearly blinding brilliance of this conservatively graded super-Gem. Total silver glow places this coin in a category of quality that must be seen to be adequately appreciated. PCGS PR66.
2634 1937 Gem Brilliant Proof GEM BR PF $1,800.00
1937 Gem Brilliant Proof. Magnificent deep-glass fields perfectly complement meticulous semi-brilliant...
Magnificent deep-glass fields perfectly complement meticulous semi-brilliant devices on this gleaming lavender and rose jewel of the second date of the revived U.S. Proof coinage. NGC PF65.
2635 1937'D' Three-Legged CH AU $1,600.00
1937'D' Three-Legged. Choice About Uncirculated, on the cusp of full Mint State. Silvery satin surfaces...
Choice About Uncirculated, on the cusp of full Mint State. Silvery satin surfaces are relieved by a flavor of the finest lavender. Any wear which may be present is virtually imperceptible on this sharp example of a famous Depression-era Denver variety. NGC AU58.
2636 1937'D' Three-Legged CH AU $1,700.00
1937'D' Three-Legged. Choice About Uncirculated and virtually of Mint State quality. Pale gray with...
Choice About Uncirculated and virtually of Mint State quality. Pale gray with some light golden toning. The strike is moderate over surfaces that still retain a good bit of lustre. A popular and scarce mint error.
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