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Jeff Garrett: After some tinkering by Charles Barber, the No Periods became the final accepted design. Many were saved, and this issue is one of the most available in Gem condition. NGC has graded two in MS 68 and the price record for the issue is nearly $150,000. The Smithsonian collection contains the absolute finest known for this date—or any other for that matter. The coin is nearly perfect and would easily grade MS 69!
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