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1934 50c PCGS MS65 Rainbow Toned Maryland Commem


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1934 50c PCGS MS65 Rainbow Toned Maryland Commem

The Maryland commem is one of the toughest to find with nice color. Seriously, think back at how many you have ever seen. I have personally only seen three or four in the last five years. This coin features deep toning encircling the rims with rich shades of burgundy, forest green, magenta, lime, and royal blue with a terminal color near the rims. This coin is a must have for someone building a toned Early Commem set.


(The video makes the coin look lighter in color than they really are. The pictures are a better representation of the color while the video better shows the surfaces and luster.)

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