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Our Census lists five proofs, although the proof status of one or two others has been questioned. We believe that just three of the following five appearances represent true proofs.
1. PR66 NGC. Phil Kaufman Collection (Heritage, 8/2007), lot 1784. This example is different from any of the following.
2. PR65. John Jay Pittman Collection (David Akers 10/1997), lot 615.
3. PR63 NGC. Hollinbeck Coin Co. (6/1953), lot 1997, Norweb Collection (Bowers 10/1987), lot 484, Lovejoy Collection (Stack's 10/1990), lot 270.
4. PR65 NGC. Superior (10/2000), lot 4345. The cataloger implies that this is the Pittman coin when he states that it is the finer of two known proofs, identifying the Norweb coin as the other one. However, the plate clearly shows an entirely different coin from either of those pieces.
5. Choice Proof. Kamal Ahwash (8/1981), unknown, Stack's (3/1996), lot 276.
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