Notice anything slightly off or unusual about these certified inserted PCGS silver dollars?
I see 1 thing missing...
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One bit seems odd...
Easy to miss that one.
A menagerie of U.S. Mint medals
But there's 2 without 1s. Are we doing addition? Peace Roy
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1 in front of the date, 1 in front of the dollar sign. Since they appear to be different colored label, with the exact same mistakes, I’d be concerned about their authenticity.
I think there are also two periods missing between the coin number and grade number.
Paper money eventually returns to its intrinsic value. Zero. Voltaire. Ebay coinbowlllc
That Peace dollar, by far, is the earliest example that I'm aware of. It's fully 1000 years older than most others. The Morgan is even older. I would have never guessed slabs existed in the dark ages.
1 only knows why they are missing!
'One is the loneliest number that you'll ever do
Two can be as bad as one
It's the loneliest number since the number one.... Especially when two one's are missing.... Cheers, RickO
Hey there Cisco Kid 88, from where I'm standing looks like you're aiming for trouble with the powers that be. Simmer down pardner.
This one is missing four 1s. But the cert number checks out!
I would not not mind having ONE of those typos on my collection.