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Great looking coins, Michael. What is striking to me is the similarity of pattern and density of colory in their toning. Very nice! cloud9.gif



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thanks for all the responses!


berlycoin the obverse/reverse of the superb gem proof dime and the obverse of the gem mintstate trime are similar with the dime having more cobalt


but the reverse of the trime is a




the reverse is one of the all time best mintstate type II trimes i have ever seen in terms of toning


the lustre on the trime is booming and cartwheel the mirrors on the dime are deep and watery

unfortuntaely the scans barely do justice to both the dime and trime


both coins are classic long term album toned coins where the coins that were put into the albums where really superlative in terms of technical merits and all the right conditions came together so to speak leading to the exceptional superlative great toning with the reverse of the trime in person sight seen a total devil.gifgodzilla monster devil.gif in terms of toning


the biggest plus is the superb technical grades of all the coins combined with totally original great special flowerred.gif toning


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the superb gem proof half dollar the reverse is easy a proof 67 and the toning devil.gifmonster devil.gif


if the obverse of this 1867 half dollar looked like the reverse this coin, easy would be in a proof 67 pcgs





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