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Sonoran Monsoon - 2nd

2015
Current Statistics
Rank

2
GPA with Top Bonuses

67.357
GPA Weighted

66.635
Complete

100.00%
Set Rating

67.357
Retired Statistics
Rank

2
GPA Weighted

67.357
Complete

100.00%
Set Rating

67.357

Sonoran Monsoon

Image Item PCGS # Date Denom Grade PCGS # Pop PCGS # Pop Higher Pop Pop Higher Comments
1971 7406 1971 $1 MS66+ 8 0 80
Very light golden-brown toning.
1971-D 7407 1971-D $1 MS67 32 0 320
Very strong strike. Almost no marks. Pinkish-gold toning surrounded with a hint of blue at edges of obverse.
1971-S SILVER 7408 1971-S $1 MS68 3 0 40
Satiny luster. Strong strike. Virtually no marks.
1972 TYPE 1 87409 1972 $1 MS66 9 0 90
The type 1 is distinguished by a low relief or weak earth in the background of the vignette on the moon. Both sides of this example are strongly lustrious under light gold to orange patina with a squared off area of darker shading at the reverse interior.
1972 TYPE 2 97409 1972 $1 MS66 8 0 80
1972 TYPE 3 7409 1972 $1 MS66 32 0 320
The type 3 has the Carribean Islands beneath and to the left of Florida. The overall relief and details are strengthened. This example has a slightly frosty luster with a hint of overall bronze colored toning. Above average strike. A few light marks.
1972-D 7410 1972-D $1 MS67 18 0 180
Purchased from the Gdad set.
1972-S SILVER 7411 1972-S $1 MS69 24 0 240
Slightly frosty Luster. Strong strong. Virtually no marks.
1973 7412 1973 $1 MS66+ 4 0 40
1973-D 7413 1973-D $1 MS67 13 0 130
The 1973-P and 1973-D were issued only in mint sets, limiting the numbers available to about 2 million each. This example has brilliant luster over light gold toned surfaces. Very few contact marks. Previosly owned by Grandam.
1973-S SILVER 7414 1973-S $1 MS69 4 0 40
Satiny luster. Virtually mark free.
1974 7415 1974 $1 MS66+ 10 1 101
1974-D 7416 1974-D $1 MS67 27 3 273
Virtually mark free. Radiant luster with pinkish tinge on obverse, and golden toning on reverse. Previously owned by Grandam.
1974-S SILVER 7417 1974-S $1 MS69 3 0 30
Purchased from Mitch Spivack's collection.
1976 TYPE 1 7418 1976 $1 MS66 31 1 311
The type 1 is identified by the bold block lettering on the reverse. This example has frosty luster with a hint of overall bronze toning. Strong strike. A few light marks.
1976 TYPE 2 7419 1976 $1 MS67 13 0 130
Type 2 is identified by the thin delicate lettering on the reverse. This example has a ring of pinkish-gold toning near the obverse rims, and pinkish-gold centers with a hint of peripheral jade toning on the reverse.
1976-D TYPE 1 7420 1976-D $1 MS67 6 0 60
Very well struck for an Eisenhower. Decent luster and minimal marks. Formally owned by Mitch Spivack.
1976-D TYPE 2 7421 1976-D $1 MS67 28 1 281
Type 2. Strong strike and great luster.
1976-S SILVER 7422 1976-S $1 MS68 782 0 7820
Satiny luster, Average strike, no notable marks.
1977 7423 1977 $1 MS67 22 0 220
Satin to slightly frosty luster. Strong strike. Very few marks. Formally owned by Gary Hoop (Grandam).
1977-D 7424 1977-D $1 MS67 9 0 90
1978 7425 1978 $1 MS66 470 31 47031
Satiny luster,average strike. No notable marks.
1978-D 7426 1978-D $1 MS66+ 42 2 422

COMMENTS

I really like the look of the 1973 Philly Ike!

Posted @ 9/28/2013 2:21 PM By RAnglemier