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    San Francisco Mint 5.67-Ounce Silver Ingot
    Type One Oval Hallmark

    San Francisco Mint Silver Ingot. 5.67 Ounces. Type One oval hallmark and uses a medium-sized serif font, indicating a production period between the late 1930s to early 1940s. The oval hallmark is just slightly off the ingot on the left part of the oval and is weakly impressed at the top. The hallmark is followed by the ingot number 1392, which is in turn followed by 999.5 and finally FINE. The melt number on the bottom side appears to have been smoothed away. The weight is in the center of the back side: 5.67, OZS is stamped in upside-down and in unusually large letters (as usually seen on this type). Slight patina is seen overall. The ingot measures 31 mm x 50 mm x 8 mm. (NGC ID# AL86, PCGS# 661000)

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    Auction Dates
    January, 2015
    7th-12th Wednesday-Monday
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