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Item 1: "U.S. 20th Century Coin Collection", framed edition with 27 U.S. coins and certificate of authenticity # 7326. Item 2: Coin collection in wood box, "100 years of United States Silver Coinage" with Preferred Collectors Guild Certificate of Authenticity and handwritten registration number 4300. Includes 16 coins. Items 3 – 10: Franklin Mint silver coins as follows; First American Three-Man Flight in original unopened package, Historic Endurance Mission in original unopened package, First Automatic Re-Entry in original unopened package, Gemini VII/6 December 4/15, 1965 in non-sealed protective packaging, Gemini VIII Armstrong Scott in non-sealed protective packaging, Gemini 3 March 23, 1965 in non-sealed protective packaging, Gemini IV James A. Mc Divitt, Edward H White, II, June 3, 1965 in non-sealed protective packaging. Includes one Certificate of Authenticity for the Space Flight Silver Anniversary Medals and each coin has an information card explaining what the coin represents. Item 11: Approximately 18 total oz. troy of various coins. Items 12 – 19: Coins as follows: 1905 Indian head cent, 1886 Indian head cent, 1863 Indian cent, Two 1887 Indian cents, 1888 Indian cent, 1890 Indian cent, 1787 Gold Dabloon, 1731 Spanish Coin. Condition: Item 1: Several of the coins are in good condition and several of the coins are well-worn. Please review the photographs closely. Item 2: Wood box in good condition, several of the coins are in good condition and several of the coins are well-worn. Please review the photographs closely. Items 3 – 10: Three of the coins are in original, sealed packaging, 2 of the packages have staining on the back and they all have some bends in the cardboard, the coins appear to be in very good condition. 4 of the coins are in non-sealed plastic packaging that have some staining and creases, the coins appear to be in good condition. The certificates are in good shape with wear at the edges. Item 11: circluated. Items 12-19: all in coin sleeves with staining around the staples holding the sleeves together, well-circulated and discolored coins