1928 $2.5
Lot 1247
1928 $2.5
Sold for US$ 643 inc. premium
Auction Details
1928 $2.5
Lot Details
1928 $2.5
A lustrous orange-gold example of the date with deep reddish-rose highlights. Sharply struck with no mentionable surface impairments. (PCGS 7952) Brilliant Uncirculated to Choice Uncirculated
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