1900-S $1
Lot 1180
1900-S $1
Sold for US$ 409 inc. premium
Auction Details
Lot Details
1900-S $1
Fully lustrous with bold cartwheel activity and some prooflikeness in the fields. Pale champagne and opaque iridescence graces both sides. (PCGS 7270) Choice Uncirculated, semi-prooflike
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