71S SB multiclash

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71S SB multiclash

Post by SteveP » Sun Jan 13, 2013 8:11 pm

I spotted a 71SB on eBay that I though might be a die abrasion peg leg. Sure enoguh, lots of die abrasion evidence, but not enough for a peg leg. However it did end up having multiple clashes that they didn't quite fix. The jaw line, UDU, and even talon head areas were abraded to fix these areas. But, the crater head clashes, the double hair lip, the residual volunteer, and the moon line were still around.
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Pretty-much fixed "Jaw Line"
moon line.jpg
"Moon Line"
volunteer.jpg
Not quite fixed "Volunteer"
hair lip.jpg
Double "Hair Lip"
crater head B.jpg
"Crater head" clash below the B
crater head E.jpg
Double "O head" clash from O in DOLLAR below the E
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Die abrasion, but not enough to make a spl
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Re: 71S SB multiclash

Post by AndyO » Sun Jan 13, 2013 9:57 pm

Steve, that R looks remotely like DDO-004.
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Re: 71S SB multiclash

Post by SteveP » Mon Jan 14, 2013 12:17 am

AOskam wrote:Steve, that R looks remotely like DDO-004.
No such luck. This coin does have a DDR (without a DDO). I've seen this DDR on a few 71S SB Ikes, but I am not aware if it has been listed. I guess it will go off to TomK for the purpose of helping me sort it out. On a side note, at about the same time, I did happen to spy what I thought looked like a possible 4/21 in original mint packing from the same seller. That one did not turn out to be a 4/21, but was a 5/22 :D
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Re: 71S SB multiclash

Post by SteveP » Fri Feb 15, 2013 12:51 am

It came back from PCGS as Details - scratch, which sorta sucks, but is fair. Nice clashes nevertheless. I have more photos, including the DDR here: http://www.pcgs.com/SetRegistry/MySetRe ... ?i=1435301
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Re: 71S SB multiclash

Post by SteveP » Sat Feb 16, 2013 11:23 pm

Whoa, very freaky. Today I was at the Santa Rosa coin show and spotted a raw 71S SB Ike with clashes. Didn't inspect it in too much detail until I got home. Turns out to be exactly the same as the one I just updated this thread on upon getting it back from PCGS on Thursday. I mean exactly the same clashes, same MM placement, same DDR, and same small die scratch markers in STATES on the reverse! :o What's the odds of that?
Maybe this one will grade, since it doesn't have the post-production scratches on Ike's face that ended up in the first coin coming back holdered as Genuine - Details.
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Re: 71S SB multiclash

Post by Rob407 » Fri May 31, 2013 9:43 pm

Steve,
What are the odds…I have a Ike dollar with the exact marker as in your pictures…my coin have scratches through "RIC" in the word America. The only exception is the UDU…I can't see it...however, there is a faint marker like a U.

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Re: 71S SB multiclash

Post by SteveP » Sat Jun 01, 2013 12:17 pm

Rob407 wrote:Steve,
What are the odds…I have a Ike dollar with the exact marker as in your pictures…my coin have scratches through "RIC" in the word America. The only exception is the UDU…I can't see it...however, there is a faint marker like a U.
The two that I have do not have an UDU, but were abraded in that location to fix a prior die clash in that location. I'll get around to posting MMP lines, so that you might check to see if it is the same die (sounds like it may be).
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Re: 71S SB multiclash

Post by Rob407 » Sat Jun 01, 2013 12:32 pm

This picture is from your 71S registry set . The ML and JL on the reverse is the reason I purchased it. I thought the scratches were caused by poor handling, but the coin is still in the original mint packing. This post open my eyes to the other clashes.
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