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Jeff Garrett: This issue can be found rather easily in Mint State thanks to several large groups that have been discovered in the last several decades. However, most of the coins seen are in the lower levels of Mint State and Gems are seldom encountered. None have been certified by NGC above the MS 66 level. The best in the Smithsonian collection grades MS 63. The average 1908–D No Motto Double Eagle is well struck with subdued, golden–yellow luster.
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