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    Description

    1971-S $1 Silver MS66 ANACS, iridescent lime-green patina, sharply struck, lustrous, and nearly pristine; 1972-S Silver MS68 PCGS, a brilliant and essentially perfect coin, DOLLAR is strike doubled west; 1973-S Silver MS68 NGC, another extremely impressive Superb Gem; 1974-S Silver MS68 PCGS, well struck, lustrous, and exquisitely preserved; and a 1976-S Silver Type One MS67 ANACS, light violet patina, beautifully preserved.

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    Auction Dates
    July, 2002
    29th Monday
    Internet/Mail Bids: 6
    Lot Tracking Activity: N/A
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    Due completely to Heritage's thoroughly diligent and professional management and promotion of the collection, the faraday Collection stirred national attention among numismatists and the auction results brought a gross value greater than that last estimated by the experienced collector.
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