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MILLER 24-g.5

Rarity: Rare


Recent appearances:
"About Very Fine."  Ex - Strong Museum - Stack's "66th Anniversary Sale", October 16, 2001, Lot 224, illustrated, where it was described as follows: "1787 M.24-g.5 (R-6). About Very Fine. 150.2 grains. Thick planchet, hints of microgranularity, weak head on Liberty and date partly off the flan. Nonetheless reasonably smooth with pleasing light brown surfaces. In our Perkins Collection sale we noted one AU, two VF pieces in the Condition Census."