1971 S Eisenhower Silver Dollar

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1971 S Eisenhower Silver Dollar

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Plz help. Can anyone tell me what is going on this with this Proof on the Reverse, on the Overse , and its finish? It looks odd2me. Or is it just damaged?
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Re: 1971 S Eisenhower Silver Dollar

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Its a normal 40% silver Ike with a die crack.

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Re: 1971 S Eisenhower Silver Dollar

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Daniel wrote: Fri Nov 13, 2020 6:46 pm Its a normal 40% silver Ike with a die crack.
I agree
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Re: 1971 S Eisenhower Silver Dollar

#4 Unread post by Earle42 »

yup :)
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