1802 HALF DIME MYSTERY SOLVED
In an email message that disappeared into the ether before
reaching your editor last week, Joel Orosz wrote to clear up
the apparent mystery surrounding the Levick sale coin:
"Actually, David, I can solve that small problem right now. I forgot to mention, in my message below, that the entire line -- lot number, description, price realized, and Wilson's name -- is crossed out in pencil in my copy of the Levick sale. This confirms what the other respondents have said about it being a no sale.
Sorry I omitted that rather important point!"
Wayne Homren, Editor
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