1971 S Silver proof

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1971 S Silver proof

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I could use a little help with this one.
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Help with what?
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I'm very new to this but to my very untrained eye it looks like a type 1? I need help in identifying it. I took it to a coin shop here in PHX they told me it was nothing special ( after dropping it on the counter to see what kind of sound it made) and just kinda blew me off like they always do when I try to gain some knowledge about some coins.

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Fixed sorry

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Type 2

Look at the earth on a 71S business strike, and you'll see the difference.
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Thanx for looking. The search continues!


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Mstoner wrote:
Tue Sep 01, 2020 3:00 pm
I'm very new to this but to my very untrained eye it looks like a type 1?
Wiles obverse ODV-005 http://www.varietyvista.com/13%20Eisenh ... ieties.htm

Reverse Type 2 (Wiles RDV-002 http://www.varietyvista.com/13%20Eisenh ... ieties.htm )
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