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While the 1907-D cannot be considered an absolute rarity among late-date twenty Libs, it is an issue that has a transcendent appeal to a wide range of collectors. The Denver mint opened the previous year, this being the second year of issue as well as the final year for the long-lived Longacre design (first struck for commercial usage in 1850). In addition to being of importance to collectors of Denver coinage and to type collectors, the 1907-D is also one of the better produced and most attractive coins of the Type Three design.
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