1913-D Lincoln Cent. MS-66 RB (PCGS). It is a fact that most high grade survivors of this early issue are sharply struck, as is this coin. However, locating a high grade (MS-65 or finer) 13-D cent is not at all easy. The present satiny Gem must be considered one of the finest coins extant, and it is sharply struck throughout. Deep copper color covers both sides, neither of which reveals a single distracting abrasion. The obverse is mostly a deep reddish-brown color, while the reverse is mostly red. A single tiny carbon fleck is seen on the obverse behind Lincolns head. Registry set collectors will be very interested in this lot.