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    Ike Dollar on a Quarter Planchet
    70% Indented Reverse, MS64

    Undated Eisenhower Dollar -- Struck on a Quarter Planchet, 70% Reverse Indent by an Ike Dollar Planchet -- MS64 PCGS. A quarter planchet was fed between Ike dollar dies, simultaneously with a second planchet. Per the PCGS holder, the second planchet was an Ike dollar planchet, though we are uncertain. The second planchet overlapped most of the quarter planchet, between the quarter planchet and the reverse die. The obverse strike is sharp where it was backed by the second planchet, and shows most of the Ike portrait. The reverse is mostly an indent from the second planchet, though a portion of E PLURIBUS lies above the indent.

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