71 s

Comments on the 1971-S straight peg-leg & 1974-S Eskimo boot peg-leg
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montie1977
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71 s

Post by montie1977 » Mon Nov 18, 2013 7:25 pm

Hello thank you for letting me join the group. I have a 1971 S Proff I'd that is a PEG LEG variety. Should I have it graded? Or should I leave it in the plastic container the Mint encased it in. Does any one no it's value?

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Re: 71 s

Post by AndyO » Mon Nov 18, 2013 7:58 pm

Thanks for coming.

I'd leave it as-is, no premium associated to these. There's several million of them that were made as peg legs, so it's basically worth it's value in silver and that's about it unless you happen to luck out and have one of the 71S varieties. Look under our Double Die section for various posts with pictures there.

Don't suppose your name is in reference to a 1977 Monte Carlo? I used to own a 76 years ago - could land a small aircraft on the hood...
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