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It should come as no surprise that Mr. Bingham’s set of commems joins this illustrious group of classic sets. There’s been plenty of buzz about it in our message forums over the past year, and it is indeed an amazing collection. In addition to condition rarities aplenty, it includes the very rare brilliant proof 1892 Columbian Exposition Half Dollar. While this coin is a non-competitive entry, it certainly adds spice to see Gregg’s fabulous PF-68ê Cameo specimen.
Some of the many highlights from this collection include several grading MS-68ê: Bay Bridge, 1936-D Columbia, Elgin, Iowa, Lynchburg, New Rochelle, 1937-D Oregon Trail, Roanoke, Stone Mountain and Wisconsin. Another MS-68ê entry that is common in lesser grades but exceedingly rare at this level is Mr. Bingham’s 1946-S B.T. Washington Half Dollar. Among the rarer issues are a 1925 Vancouver in MS-67ê and a gorgeous Lafayette Dollar grading MS-67.
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