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Absolutely stunning!!!!!

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 Very nice Norm, halves are a rare find anyway and that one sure has sharp details! 😀

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One of the best half thank have ever seen found!! 😊

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A Big Congrats on that find Norm a real beauty

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Outstanding recovery Norm!!! As Steve notes above, it certainly possesses good sharp detail. I would love to have it in my collection!!!

Thankyou for sharing with us and congratulations!!!☺️

Jim.

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Killer coin Norm Congrats!

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Stunning coin Norm! Congrats.....the detail is supurb!

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Wow, that is a stunning find! Thanks for showing us.

-Bill

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Yes, they must have thrown that one away just after minting...very nice, Norm!!!

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