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197?-S Eisenhower Dollar, PR64
197?-S $1 Clad Eisenhower Dollar -- Double Struck on a 50C
Planchet -- PR64 NGC. 11.2 grams, within tolerance for a clad
Kennedy half dollar planchet. The last digit of the date is
obscured by the second strike. The primary impression is perfectly
centered, with all border legends slightly running off the flan.
The secondary impression is offset to the right slightly, creating
a "doubled die" appearance on each side. Deep mirroring
characterizes the fields, particularly in the areas struck by the
second die impression. Dramatic mint errors on Eisenhower dollars
are rare, with or without a readable date.
Double Struck on a Clad Half Dollar Planchet
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