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BLANCHARD used to slab coins? (ATTN: Conder101)

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I am cataloging a "1926-P" Indian quarter-eagle in a BLANCHARD slab that is very similar to early PCGS rattlers. It is the first such slab I have ever seen. They graded the coin MS-64.... think it can be sent in to CAC for a sticker :) ?

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How similar are they to the rattlers? Are they different from this



This is the only style of individual slab that they used that I know of.


And you should know they slabbed coins since I bought this one from you didn't I? (If not it was your former partner. I know I bought it from one of you.)




Largest regular issue slab ever made, an entire roll of silver dollars in one slab.


If the ones you are cataloging are different I'd like to see pictures, and let me know how to get a copy of the catalog so I could possibly acquire one.


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