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    1972-D Ike Dollar, MS62 on a
    Silver Philippine Piso Planchet

    1972-D $1 Eisenhower Dollar -- Struck on a Philippine 1 Piso Planchet -- MS62 PCGS. The U.S. Mint struck silver pisos for the Philippines between 1969 and 1976, and a planchet intended for that country's coinage was inadvertently struck between Ike dollar dies. This lustrous off metal error has a full portrait and eagle. The mintmark is present, as is nearly all of the date. The majority of each letter in LIBERTY and ONE DOLLAR is off the flan. Lustrous and well preserved with attractive golden-brown, rose-red, and powder-blue toning. The centers display vestiges of the haymarked planchet surface, as made.

    Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.

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    August, 2012
    2nd-5th Thursday-Sunday
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