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It seems curious that only four Prooflike quarters of this date have been certified (this being the finest), and all have been graded by NGC (3/10). We say it is curious because as Larry Briggs stated in his reference on the series, 'Proof die is used this year on both proof, and for the first and only time, on business strikes.' One would expect considerable confusion between business strikes and proofs as a result.
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