MTCs on Ebay  May 2019

 

 

5/1/19

Arizona, Prescott.  Undated Frontier Days Uniface Restrike by Anillo - probably the 25¢ variety, but size and/or denomination not noted on the holder or by the seller.  Graded MS-63 and encapsulated by NGC.  Sold to a single bidder for the $5.99 plus $4.99 opening bid.

 

 

 

5/1/19

Kansas.  1961 Official Centennial Coin with the reverse inscribed JUNIOR / ACHIEVEMENT / WICHITA.  A scarce issue, but this one unfortunately slightly worn and unattractively spotted with green corrosion.  Start $49.99 with FREE shipping.  Still available as a Buy It Now item for the same price in July.

 

 

5/1/19

Oregon.  1959 Oregon Centennial Half Dollar, uniface strike of the obverse.  Nickel-silver “With Smoke” version, and larger 3mm hole.  HK-564.  Extremely Fine.  Start 99¢ plus $3.95 postage.  There were 9 bids by 3 bidders and it ended up selling for $37.00.

 

 

5/1/19

Oregon, Baker.  1959 Oregon Centennial Half Dollar, “No Dam - No Smoke” variety.  Encapsulated by NGC and graded by them as MS-65 - this time they are not far off.  The start was 99¢ plus $3.95 shipping.  It sold for $21.59 after 7 bids by 7 bidders.

 

 

 5/1/19

Oregon, Clatsop County.  1959 Oregon Centennial Half Dollar.  Encapsulated by NGC who graded it MS-65.  A pretty coin.  The start was 99¢ plus $3.95 shipping.  After 11 bids by 7 bidders it sold for $23.28.

 

 

5/1/19

Oregon, Gresham.  1959 Oregon Centennial Half Dollar, “No Smoke” variety.  Encapsulated by NGC and graded by them as MS-65 - I would agree if it were not for the little carbon spot right in the center of the obverse.  The start was 99¢ plus $3.95 shipping.  Selling price - $22.49 after 6 bidders placed a total of 8 bids.

 

 

5/1/19

Oregon, Nyssa.  1959 Oregon Centennial Half Dollar.  This token had seen some circulation and a considerable amount of the obverse gilting was gone from the legends, devices and fields. The reverse, however, fared much better with just some scuffing and contact marks.  Encapsulated by NGC and graded by them as MS-62.  The start was 99¢ plus $3.95 shipping.  After 7 bids by 4 bidders it sold for a remarkable $31.00.

 

 

5/1/19

Oregon, Vale.  1959 Oregon Centennial Half Dollar.  A limited circulation private issue good in trade at  Quisenberry’s, Vale Supply Co. and Toggery Bill’s.  Encapsulated by NGC and graded by them as MS-65.  A pretty, problem-free example, well deserving NGC’s MS-65 designation.  Probably the most hard-to-find major variety of the metallic Oregon Centennial Half Dollars.  It attracted 7 bids from 6 bidders and sold for $45.00 plus the $3.95 shipping charge.

 

 

5/3/19

Iowa, Emmetsburg.  1982 Irish Dollar.  Start $4.51  Postage $3.50.  It lasted a whole month at that price before the start dropped to $3.61, then $3.43 - and when no one bid at that level, the seller ended the listing unsold. 

 

 

5/3/19

Oregon, Astoria.  1970 Oregon Regatta Association Half Dollar.  Nearly Uncirculated, uncertified, but equal to an NGC MS-62.  Start $6.59 with FREE shipping.  It came back 10 days later at $6.10.  Then it was made a BIN item for $5.01, but that listing was ended ”because the listing is no longer available” - but it apparently was available, because the same token is out there now, in early July, for $5.99 (with a Make Offer option) - still with the FREE shipping.

 

 

5/3/19

Arizona, Lake Havasu City.  1973 London Bridge Dollar.  Start $1.50 plus 70¢ shipping.  It sold to the second bidder for $3.25.

 

 

3/5/19

Arizona, Prescott.  Undated Frontier Days Slippery Gulch 500 Bucks in brass.  XF/AU with a bit of luster.  Sold to a single bidder for the opening bid of $4.95 plus $3.00 shipping.

 

 

5/3/19

Florida, Dania.  1976 Bicentennial Dollar, Private Issue also celebrating the 50th anniversary of the bank.  Silver.  Noted as existing in the last issue of my catalog, but not described.  Now I have one to complete the listing because I was the only bidder at the $20.00 plus $4.00 shipping start.  Mintage 100.  Issue Price $20.00. Catalog Value $22.50.

 

 

5/5/19

Maine.  1965 Ski Maine One Sitzmark.  Start $3.00 plus just 75¢ shipping.  No bids.  Not relisted.

 

 

5/5/19

Massachusetts, Pittsfield-Berkshire.  1961 Bicentennial Half Dollar.  Start 1¢ plus $3.25 shipping.  There were 3 bids by 2 bidders and it sold for $3.26.

 

 

5/6/19

North Dakota, Bowbells.  1981 Diamond Jubilee Dollar.  A couple tarnish spots on the obverse, but a decent specimen.  Probably a MS-64 or MS-65 by the big graders.  Start $6.99 plus $2.75 shipping.  Listed for a 10 day and then a 7 day listing after that, still at the same start, then ended without a bid on the 22nd.

 

 

5/6/19

Pennsylvania, Plymouth.  1966 Centennial Half Dollar in Nickel Silver.  XF/AU with spots and a big scratch across the obverse.  Mintage 2,500.  Catalog value $4.00.  This one started off at 95¢ plus $3.50 shipping and sold for $3.00 after 4 bids by 2 bidders.

 

 

5/7/19

Colorado, Victor.  “1900” Lesher House Restoration $1.25.  Numbered 136.  Start $49.99 plus $3.20 postage.  Four bidders placed 5 bids and it sold for $69.05.

 

 

5/7/19

Hawaii, Maui.  1973 Maui Dollar Struck in Sterling Silver.  Numbered 367 on obverse number block. Continuing the story of the token I first wrote about for its February 16 listing.  Start $40.00 plus $6.00 shipping.  No bids. For the listing ending May 31 the start fell to $35.00.  It remained there until June 27 when the seller finally gave up and ended his listing unsold.  A couple years ago this token would have been snapped up long ago!

 

 

5/7/19

Massachusetts, Great Barrington and Pittsfield-Berkshire. Pair of 1961 Municipal Half Dollars.  Both Uncirculated.  Start 1¢ plus $3.25 shipping.  The guy who won the Pittsfield piece that this same seller sold two days ago was the underbidder on this lot.  The one who lost out then just bid the $3.26 the other piece brought previously, and lost out again. (You can sort of track what the bidders are up to by noting their feedback numbers.)  The pair of tokens sold for $8.55 after 11 bids by 4 bidders.

 

 

5/7/19

Michigan, Harrisville.  1952 Kiki Kuyler Memorial Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Start $9.99 with FREE postage.  No bids.  Not relisted.

 

 

5/8/19

Maryland, Lilypons.  1967 Three Springs Fisheries 50th Anniversary Half Dollar.  The front was very choice uncirculated, but the reverse was completely covered over with corrosion from those foam-backed snap-lock plastic cases that were popular in the 1960’s.  Start $8.99 with FREE shipping.  After a month the start dropped to $7.99.  It is currently still available, now at a $6.99 start, with an ending date of July 14.

 

 

5/8/19

Massachusetts, Great Barrington.  1961 Bicentennial Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Start just 1¢, but there was a $3.25 postage charge.  It sold to the second bidder for 25¢.  The same seller offered another About Uncirculated one which was offered for the same cost the following week.  This one, ending on May 15, sold for $7.10 after 6 bids by 2 bidders. 

 

 

5/8/19

Michigan, Manistee.  1950 Sports Festival Quarter.  About Uncirculated.  I won it for the $1.25 plus $2.30 opening bid.

 

 

5/8/19

Oregon, Albany.  1959 Oregon Centennial Half Dollar.  Encapsulated by NGC and graded by them as MS-66, and also given the imaginary So-Called Dollar catalog number HK-565A right on the holder.  Of course, this is not a SCD.  It kind of looks like one, but since it has a denomination it is a MTC.  The start was 99¢ plus $3.95 shipping and it ended up selling for $47.05 after 12 bids by 6 Bidders.  If you were to take it out of the plastic holder, it would be a $5.00 token.

 

 

5/8/19

Oregon, LaGrande.  1959 Oregon Centennial Half Dollar.  Slabbed.  The scarcer “with smoke” variety.  NGC says it is in MS-65 condition.  The Start: 99¢.  Postage: $3.95.  Sale price: $14.05 after 7 bids by 5 bidders.

 

 

5/8/19

Oregon, Lebanon.  1959 Oregon Centennial Half Dollar.  MS-64, according to its plastic NGC “slab”.  Start 99¢.  Shipping $3.95.  The 4 bidders who placed 5 bids among themselves pushed the sale price up to just $7.50.

 

 

5/8/19

Oregon, Redmond.  1959 Oregon Centennial Half Dollar. The “no smoke” variety, which seems to be a little bit scarcer that the variety with smoke coming from the smokestacks on the left.  Slabbed by NGC and graded MS-66.  The start was 99¢ plus $3.95 shipping.  It sold for $30.52 after 7 bids by 5 bidders.

 

 

5/9/19

Oregon, Portland.  1923 Eleventh Annual Buyers’ Week 25 Smacks Token.  Listable?  Maybe.  Close enough that I had to have it.  Start 99¢ plus $3.95 shipping.  There were 17 bids by 5 bidders and I won it for $15.80.  Another one for the wannabe box.

 

 

5/11/19

New York, New York City.  “1909” Hudson Fulton/Sommer Islands mule struck in copper.  The start for this choice uncirculated example was $3.99 plus $3.00 shipping.  After 5 bids by 4 bidders it sold for $6.05.  Cheap!

 

 

5/12/19

Indiana, Brazil.  1961 Brazilian Friendship Festival Half Dollar.  Start 99¢ plus $1.00 for shipping.  I won it as the second bidder for $1.25.  Too cheap!

 

 

5/13/19

Florida, St. Petersburg.  1964 Funtime Celebration Half Dollar.  Start $2.99 ($3.89 BIN) with FREE shipping.  It lasted until May 29 when the seller ended the sale because “there was an error in the listing”.  It was not relisted.

 

 

5/13/19

Hawaii, Kona.  1972 Kona Dollar.  Sold to a single bidder for the $7.00 with FREE shipping opening bid.

 

 

5/13/19

1974 South Dakota, 1975 North Dakota, and 1976 Montana Seventh Cavalry Dollars struck in copper - all three housed in a single heavy plastic holder.  The same set I noted starting in December.  For the week ending May 13 the start was lowered to $20.00 - still plus that $7.90 shipping fee - and that finally did the trick, because it sold to a single bidder for that price.  A very good deal for this nice set.

 

 

5/13/19

Texas.  Undated 20 Texas Bucks Black Gold Mazuma, struck in nickel silver.  About Uncirculated.  The start was 99¢, with $3.00 for a shipping fee.  It sold for $2.01 to the second bidder.

 

 

5/14/19

Illinois, Chicago.  1933 Century of Progress Days of Forty-Nine 5 Mex Token.  Not previously listed, but maybe these tokens (this is one from a set of 3 denominations) will be listed next time with a bunch of other spendable ones from World Fairs.  This one was Uncirculated - as they usually are - and sold for $3.25 after a $1.99 plus $3.75 start and 3 bids by 3 different bidders.

 

 

5/14/19

Michigan, Oscoda.  1948 Centennial Quarter.  About Uncirculated.  Start was $1.00 and postage 99¢.  The selling price was $9.50 after 6 bids by 2 bidders.

 

 

5/15/19

Pennsylvania, Coatesville.  1967 Centennial Half Dollar.  This one caught my eye because of the high price, Starting at $29.95 plus $3.63 shipping.  I thought I’d follow it and see how low it would have to go before someone bought it.  Well, the price did not go down and it remains available for the same start in the middle of July.

 

 

5/17/19

Kansas Hays.  1967 Centennial Dollar in Silver.  Can’t tell from the photos or the description whether it was the silver clad version or the solid silver one.  Start $14.99 with FREE shipping.  Too much for the clad one, but a bargain if it really is the silver one.  If you want, you can take a chance because it is still available for the same cost (although now as a BIN item) two months later.

 

 

5/18/19

Kentucky, Fairview.  2011-2015 Civil War Sesqui-Centennial/Jefferson Davis Monument Half Dollar.  Copper.  Utilizing the Patrick Mint Confederate Half Dollar die for one side with a commemorative inscription on the other.  The first I’ve seen, it will probably be listed.  Start was$1.99 plus $3.00 shipping.  There were 6 bids by 4 bidders and it sold for $12.50.

 

 

5/18/19

South Dakota.  Set 1981-1990 in nickel silver.  Both types of 1981 Dollars are included, as well as an extra  1981 at the end to show the obverse.  Total 12 coins, housed in a hard plastic case.  Start just $20.00 plus $8.60 postage.  There was also a $26.00 Buy It Now option.  The next week it came back for $19.50, and no one was bidding so I placed a bid and won it for the opening price.  Too cheap - all of the second series issues are low mintage coins!

 

 

5/19/19

Alabama, Cherokee County.  1961 Civil War Centennial Half Dollar.  Extremely Fine condition, but with pits and corrosion - all of the original golden finish is gone.  Looks like this one has been in the ground for a few years!  Surprisingly hard-to-find for an issue of 5,000 pieces.  Sold to a single bidder for the $3.99 plus $3.49 opening bid.

 

 

5/19/19

California, Kernville.  Whiskey Flat Centennial Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Sold to a single bidder for the opening bid of $7.95 plus $3.75 shipping.  The winner had placed a second bid in case he was outbid - but that bid was not necessary.

 

 

5/19/19

Iowa, Emmetsburg.  1966 to 1973 Irish Dollars, Set of the first 8 issues.  Choice Uncirculated.  Amazingly, this lot sold to a single bidder for the 99¢ plus $2.99 opening bid.  Cheapo, cheapo, cheapo!

 

 

5/19/19

Iowa, Pella.  1993 58th Annual Tulip Time Festival Dutch Dollar.  Cleaned and polished - which is the way these came from the issuer.  Start $4.99 plus $3.00 shipping.  No bids.  Sometime during the week starting July 7 the sale was ended by the seller because “the item is no longer available”.

 

 

5/19/19

Minnesota, Virginia.  1958 Minnesota Centennial Iron Nickel.  An especially choice example of this Municipal token that is also listed in the So-Called Dollar catalog, but unfortunately also at an especially high price - it had a $65.00 plus $4.50 start.  Listed for two more weeks with no bids before the seller ended his listing unsold.  At least a MS-66 coin, even by my grading standards. Probably at least MS-68 to NGC or PCGS.  Quite pretty!

 

 

5/19/19

Montana, Virginia City.  1963 Centennial Dollar, nearly uncirculated.  Start 99¢ plus $2.99 shipping.  It sold for $2.01 after 3 bids by 2 collectors.

 

 

5/19/19

Nevada.  1964 Centennial Year Service Club Coin.  The start was 99¢ plus $2.99 shipping.  After 3 bids by 2 bidders it sold for $2.75.

 

 

5/19/19

South Dakota, Sioux Falls.  1960/1961 Territorial Centennial Half Dollar, AT variety.  Sold to a single bidder for the $5.99 with FREE shipping start.

 

 

5/20/10

Hawaii, Maui.  2010 Maui Trade Two Dollars, with Certificate of Authenticity.  Start $2.99.  Postage $2.99 more.  No bids.  Not relisted.

 

 

5/20/10

Hawaii, Maui.  2013 Maui Trade Two Dollars.  Still in original pouch with Certificate of Authenticity.  Start $2.99.  Postage $2.99 more.  There were no bids and it was not relisted.

 

 

5/20/10

Hawaii, Maui.  2014 Maui Trade Two Dollars.  Still in original 2 x 2 vinyl envelope with Certificate of Authenticity.  Start $2.99.  Postage $2.99 more.  Sold to a single bidder at the opening price.

 

 

5/20/19

Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.  1926 Treasure Island Doubloon, looks heavily polished.  This was the most frequently encountered version with the Liberty Bell and a sailing ship.  Extremely Fine.  Sold to a single bidder for the $10.00 plus $3.50 start.

 

 

5/21/19

Hawaii.  “1883” King Kalakaua Akahi Dala in gold anodized aluminum.  Royal Hawaiian Mint issue still in original cardboard mailer.  The coin choice, but the holder/mailer soiled and bent.  Start 99¢ plus $3.95 shipping.  It sold to the second bidder for $5.24.

 

 

5/21/19

Michigan, Bay City.  1913 Elks Fair Dime.  About Uncirculated.  Start was $12.95 plus $3.74 shipping.  No bids.  The next week it was offered for a $9.95 start.  Still no bids.  Listed at this price level until July 2 when the seller ended his listing unsold.

 

 

5/22/19

Nebraska, Phelps County.  1973 Centennial Dollar, numbered version.  I can’t believe it, but I was the only bidder for this rarity for the 99¢ plus  $3.50 opening bid!

 

 

5/22/19

Oregon, LaGrande (Union County).  1993 Oregon Trail Sesquicentennial Two Dollars.  Nickel Silver.  Sold to a single bidder for the 99¢ plus $3.99 opening bid.

 

 

5/22/19

Washington, Whidbey Island.  1936 Coupeville Indian Water Festival Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated with light scratches, especially on the reverse.  Offered by the seller as an unlisted So-Called Dollar with a $36.00 plus $3.94 start.  The listing started at 1:14 PM, but was ended just 19 minutes later “because the item is no longer available”.

 

 

5/23/19

California, Los Angeles.  1982 Bicentennial Dollar, City of Opportunity version.  Sold to a single bidder for the 1¢ plus 79¢ opening bid! 

 

 

4/23/19

Michigan, Harrisville.  1952 Kiki Cuyler Memorial Half Dollar.  I won this one for the 99¢ plus $3.00 opening bid.  About Uncirculated.  Bargain city!

 

 

 

5/23/19

North Dakota, Bismarck.  1961 Chief Four Bears / Inscription Half Dollar struck in nickel silver.  July 4 redemption date.  Sold to a single bidder (who placed an additional, unnecessary bid) for the opening price of $4.99 with FREE shipping.

 

 

5/24/19

Connecticut, Waterbury.  1924 Private Issue 250th Anniversary 50¢ Discount token for the Upson, Singleton Company. VF/XF condition.  It sold to the second bidder for $1.04 after a 99¢ plus $4.06 start.

 

 

5/24/19

Nevada, Boulder City.  1978 Boulder Barter Buck.  Sold to a single bidder for the $2.25 plus $1.50 shipping charge.

 

 

5/24/19

Texas, Andrews.  1960 50th Anniversary Half Dollar.  Start $19.99 with FREE shipping.  After 4 weeks the start dropped by  a dollar.  Four weeks after that the price was lowered another dollar, to $17.99, and when no one bid after the first week at that price, the seller ended his listing unsold.

 

 

5/25/19

Arizona, Lake Havasu City.  1996/1997 Havasu Dollar Commemorative Coin.  Start 99¢.  Postage $3.25.  Still in original vinyl capsule.  Listed 3 additional weeks at this price with no bids, so the seller ended his listing unsold.

 

 

5/25/19

California, Porterville.  1961 Centennial Sticker Dollar.  This is just a standard 1922-D Peace Dollar with a paper sticker noting the Centennial.  The sticker a bit scuffed up, but complete.  Sometimes I think about listing these stickered coins because they commemorate something and they certainly were spendable - but for now I think they will remain unlisted.  I bought this one for $18.59 plus $3.25 shipping after a 99¢ start and 7 bids by 5 bidders.  That is not out of the range of what a standard 1922-D dollar in the same condition would bring.

 

 

5/25/19

Oregon, Klamath Falls.  1967 Centennial Buck.  About Uncirculated.  Sold to a single bidder for the $1.40 plus $2.11 opening bid. 

 

 

5/26/19

Kansas.  1961 Official Centennial Coin.  This one inscribed FORT LEAVENWORTH / EST. 1827.  Scarce.  Start $7.99 with FREE shipping.  There were 5 bids by 3 bidders and it sold for $20.50.  Worth more!

 

 

5/27/19

Kansas, Columbus.  1968 Centennial Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Sold for the opening bid of 99¢ plus another 99¢ for postage.

 

 

5/27/19

South Dakota.  1983 South Dakota Dollar Struck in Silver.  This one numbered 45.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $20.00.  The start was $30.00 plus $2.75 shipping.  When there were no bids by July 2, the seller made it a BIN item at the same price.  It remains available during the final week of July.

 

 

5/28/19

Alaska, Palmer.  1977 Rodeo and Midsummer Festival Palmer Dollar.  Start $20.00 plus $3.49 shipping.  There were 12 bids from just two bidders, and it sold for $26.00.  Why did this common token bring so much?  Probably because the seller called it a So-Called Dollar, but - of course - it is not.  

 

 

5/28/19

Iowa, Eldridge.  1971 Centennial Coin.  Sold to a single bidder for the $3.99 with FREE shipping start.

 

 

5/28/19

Kansas, Leavenworth.  1975 Buffalo Bill Cody Days Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Start $12.50 plus $3.75.  No bids but it came back for $8.00. That did not work, so the seller tried $7.00, still plus the $3.75 shipping charge, and it sold to a single bidder on June 17.

 

 

5/28/19

Pennsylvania, Elizabethville.  1967 Sesquicentennial Half Dollar.  Start $10.00 plus $3.49 shipping.  When it did not sell it was made A BIN item for $9.00.  It is still available, right now for 10% off sale ($8.10).  The sale ends on July 27.

 

 

5/29/19

California, Los Angeles.  1981  Bicentennial Dollars - Year-Round Sports Paradise version.  Lot of 7 pieces, each in an individual L.A. Birthday Dollar display holder.  Sold to a single bidder for the $7.95 plus $4.95 starting bid.

 

 

5/29/19

Indiana, Elkhart.  1958 Centennial Half Dollar.  About Uncirculated.  Start $3.00 (BIN $3.99).  Postage $1.95.  When no one bid, the sale was ended after its single week on Ebay.

 

 

 

5/29/19

(Nevada, Las Vegas).  “1878” (Copyright 1981) Elvis Presley Dollar.  I don’t remember the asking price, but there was a Make Offer option, and I made a $6.95 (plus $5.50 shipping) offer, and it was accepted.  Ebay does not note how much the original price was, and for some reason it states that the item sold for $0.00.  I don’t know if this item will end up being listed, but it follows the pattern of other Las Vegas Dollars I have listed forever, so it seems to fit.  It has Morgan’s Liberty Head dollar design reproduced on the obverse, and an image of Elvis Presley performing on the reverse, noting his years of birth and death.  So it has a denomination (Elvis Presley Dollar) and commemorates his life.  It will probably end up being listed because of its very close similarity to 20 or 30 other Las Vegas Dollars and Twenty Dollar coins.  (Plus Alaska Dollars, Nevada Dollars, Reno Dollars and Atlantic City Dollars by the same manufacturer).  Who knows - but it does seem to be somewhat scarce - this is the first I have seen, and they have been out there for nearly 40 years!

 

 

5/30/19

Colorado, Victor.  1993 Centennial Lesher Dollar.  Number 694.  Start $19.99 with FREE shipping.  There were 10 bids by 6 bidders and this one sold for  $44.00.

 

 

5/30/19

Vermont, Essex.  1963 Bicentennial Token, Good for One Day’s Enjoyment.  Unknown mintage.  Catalog value $10.00.  I was the only person willing to pay the $4.99 plus $1.75 starting bid.  As with every other piece I have seen, a loop has been neatly removed from the top.

 

 

5/31/19

Maryland, Frederick.  1963 Transfer of Command Centennial, Generals Hooker & Meade Half Dollar.  Sold to a single bidder for the $2.25 plus $1.50 opening bid.

 

 

5/31/19

Michigan.  Undated One Buck.  Nice uncirculated.  Sold to a single bidder for the $2.95 plus $2.66 opening bid. 

 

 

5/31/19

New York, Schenectady.  Schenectady County Half Dollar.  NGC says it is a MS-64 example.  I don’t think coins of this grade should show any sign of corrosion, but this one does.  Anyway, the seller had a start of $26.33 with FREE shipping.  When two weeks went by without a bid the seller decided that the only right thing to do was to raise the price.  The price was raised to $38.00 and then taken off the market “because the item is no longer available”.  Even though it was no longer available, it came back anyway, the same exact coin, offered by the same seller, but now for a nice round $55.00, Buy It Now.  Still in the NGC holder, but now the obverse corrosion spots are almost gone!  The obverse was given a new photograph that did not highlight the spots so prominantly.  Not surprisingly, it remains available at the end of July.

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