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Answered 2012-04-18 01:56:03

It depends on the letter, if any, next to the date. As of 04/2012 approximate retail values are:

No letter, 1928A, or 1928B : if worn, $22 to $45 depending on wear; $70 to $80 if in brand-new condition

1928C : if worn, $350 to $1000; over $3500 in brand-new condition.

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