GTG PCGS 1937 Texas Independence Centennial

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  1. Charles Ruge

    Charles Ruge Active Member

    The last of my newer purchases:

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  5. TheFinn

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    Turn off the high beams.
     
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  8. Charles Ruge

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    All of you were correct:

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  10. Santinidollar

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    My favorite classic commemorative half!
     
  11. Collecting Nut

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    Yeah, I got that one. I'm terrible at those commemoratives.
     
  12. Mountain Man

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    For some reason, unknown to me, the TPG seem to grade most commemoratives at MS65. Anyone have a logical reason why that is? Just check and see. It's hard to find higher than 65.
     
  13. Santinidollar

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    66 is out there, but the prices at times tend to jump sharply.
     
  14. almostgem

    almostgem Junior Member

    Actually, just got an email flyer from Coast to Coast Coins in Columbia MD. They have several NGC, and PCGS in MS 66, and 67 https://www.coastcoin.com/
     
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