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    1976-D Eisenhower Dollar, MS62
    Reverse Mirror Brockage, 5% Off Center

    1976-D $1 Type One Eisenhower Dollar -- Reverse Mirror Brockage, 5% Off Center -- MS62 NGC. To summarize, a brockage occurs when a previously struck coin is jammed between the dies and strikes a second, reversed impression on the next coin. On this piece, the devices on each side are only 5% off center, so just the tops of the letters of LIBERTY are missing. The brockage side is well-defined, and most of the struck side is as well, except for the date(s). This is a rare type to locate with a brockage, and it appears to be the first we have offered. Its rarity is further limited by the Bicentennial type. The surfaces are brilliant throughout and there are a number of small, wispy abrasions that account for the grade.

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

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    February, 2020
    20th-23rd Thursday-Sunday
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