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Description:These coins come from 3 different hall of fame sets. I also have 1 silver and 6 clad dimes from the "Just Having Fun" all time finest Roosevelt Dime set. If Roosies got more respect that would have been in the hall of fame too. I also have 7 nickels from the Just Having Fun Jefferson nickel set.

Image PCGS # Date Denom Variety Grade Pop Pop Higher Comments
1974-D 50C  MS67 6723 1974-D 50C MS67 26 2 Ex Richard Green
6760 1991-D 50C MS68 2 0 Ex Richard Green
1971-D $1  MS67 7407 1971-D $1 MS67 32 0 Ex James Sego Hall of Fame collection.
1976 $1 Type 1 MS66 7418 1976 $1 Type 1 MS66 32 1 Ex James Sego Hall of Fame Collection. James was the one to originally find this coin in a mint set. It was my favorite coin in his set, and now it is the favorite coin in my set. The pop is off by possibly 5 or more coins that are mislabeled type 2s, and most of the ms66s of this date are low end. This is not only not low end, it is knocking on the door of ms67!
1977 $1  MS67 7423 1977 $1 MS67 22 0 Ex James Sego Hall of Fame Collection. This is one of the first 5 pcgs graded ms67 and not one of the 8 from a large bulk submission. It's a blazer!
1980-D SBA$1  MS67 9575 1980-D SBA$1 MS67 129 0 Ex DRG Collection. Full Talons. This and 1981-s are the next toughest dates to find with full talons after 1980-s.
1980-S SBA$1  MS67 9576 1980-S SBA$1 MS67 77 0 Ex DRG Collection. Full Talons. Dr Golan searched at least 35 bags of 1980-s, over 70,000 coins, in order to find this coin and 40 or so other ms67s (over half the pcgs pop!). Like 1981-s this date virtually cannot be found in ms67 in a mint set. This is the toughest date in the set to find with full talons.
1981-S SBA$1  MS67 9580 1981-S SBA$1 MS67 3 0 Ex DRG Collection. Purchased from James Sego Rare Coins. The 1981 Susan B Anthony Dollars were included in mint sets only. The S's had to be shipped to Denver to be included in the Denver packet. A bumpy road along the way possibly contributed to these coins getting much more banged up than the P and D counterparts. It's estimated that it takes 1500-2000 mint sets to find an ms66, probably 100 times that to find an ms67. And the coins out of the 3 coin SBA mint sets are usually even worse. This coin is a freak for the date with booming luster and well hidden flaws. It was originally found by clad coin expert Rob Anglemier, then owned by DRG and then Murphy.