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Jeff Garrett: Like its Philadelphia cousin, this date is generally well struck and lustrous. While most were melted, enough examples survived to go around for collectors today, including several in gem Mint State grades. This may in part be due to the fact that most are quite lustrous and fully struck by the dies. It is likely that a significant number of the survivors traveled from Denver to eastern banks. From the banks of the east coast, these coins were soon sent over to Europe to wait out World War I, subsequent depression, and the next world war before returning to these shores. Only a handful have been certified at the MS 67 level.
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