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    1999-P Susan B. Anthony Dollar, MS65
    Struck on a Sacagawea Planchet

    1999-P $1 Anthony Dollar -- Struck on a Sacagawea Planchet -- MS65 PCGS. As the Philadelphia Mint began advance preparations to strike Sacagawea dollars in 2000, planchets were produced in 1999. At the same time, Susan B. Anthony dollars remained in production. A small number of the manganese brass planchets accidentally found their way to the press striking SBA dollars, and these errors were produced. This Gem exhibits the brilliant golden-orange appearance of high quality Sacagawea dollars. The strike is a trifle soft due to the composition as the coining press was not set up to receive those planchets. Scattered marks are evident on both sides, consistent with the grade.

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