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    1971-S $1 Silver MS64 PCGS, white with vibrant, glistening luster; 1972-S Silver MS66 PCGS, white with several small luster grazes on Ike's cheek; 1972-S Silver MS67 PCGS, pleasantly mark-free with a light golden overlay of patina; 1974 MS64 PCGS, a typical near-Gem Ike dollar; 1974-D MS64 PCGS, shows traces of apricot color and numerous marks atop Ike's face; 1976-D Type One MS63 PCGS, delicately toned with numerous contact marks atop the surfaces; 1976-D Type Two MS64 PCGS, shows few abrasions for the grade with several scattered marks on the reverse surfaces being the most serious; 1978 MS63 PCGS, golden colored with many of the original planchet abrasions not struck out of the fields; 1978 MS63 PCGS, apricot colored with the typical amount of abrasions on the surfaces; 1978-D MS63 PCGS, lustrous with one noticeable reeding mark in the left obverse field; and a 1978-D MS64 PCGS, typically abraded and struck.(#7408) (Registry values: N1)

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    Auction Dates
    August, 2004
    23rd Monday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 7
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