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Group of American Coins and Currency, including nineteen braided hair large cents, an undated draped bust large cent, five coronet large cents: 1819, 1822, 1826, 1831, and 1838; eight 3 cent silver trimes: three 1852, three 1853, and two 1856; five half dimes: 1834, two 1844, 1855, and 1857; a cleaned 1803 draped bust half cent, nine clad Kennedy half dollars, a 1921-S Morgan dollar, a 1923-D Peace dollar, an 1833 capped bust half dollar, VF, an 1893 Columbian half dollar, BU with rainbow toning, an 1859 and 1855 seated Liberty quarter, a 1923 $1 silver certificate, a 50 cent fractional, and four obsolete notes: an 1833 Bank of the United States $5, an 1852 Columbia Bank $1, an 1807 Berkshire Bank $5, and an 1802 Vermont State Bank $3; sold with a 1928 Central Bank of China $10 note.
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