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Re: 1967 SP-67 CCCS- here areImages of the 50 cent in question

Often coins not worthy of being holdered are the products of families who are trying to settle estates. They simply pass along an entire collection for certification and grading, so that the executor can establish some sort of value in order to divide up the collection equally among the inheritors.

carpman, 2/22/2011
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