Today I have a “Red Book Set” minus the 1876-CC. If I had had the money, there have been a few of those available to me over the years. The worst one was about as black as coal and had other damage. It floated around in various big auctions in the early 1980s. The last time I saw it was in “Auction ’82.” Those so-called “Apostrophe Sales” were held in the same area as the ANA summer convention for a number of years. Stacks’, Rarcoa, Paramount and Superior got together with each firm offering 500 lots. The best one was graded MS-66, but at $650,000 was a bit out of my price range. Here is the most expensive and scarcest collectable 20 cent piece, the 1877 Proof. Somebody pushed the prices for these into orbit for some reason a few years ago. I veiw this 1876-P to be best 20 cent piece I have. It is graded MS-65.