1976-S $1 PCGS PR69DCAN Silver
The 1976-S $1 PCGS PR69DCAM is a commemorative silver dollar coin that was issued by the United States Mint to celebrate the bicentennial of American independence. The coin was struck in 90% silver and 10% copper, and has a diameter of 38.1mm. The PCGS PR69DCAM grading assigned by the Professional Coin Grading Service indicates that the coin is in almost perfect condition. The “PR” stands for “Proof,” which means that the coin was struck using specially prepared dies and planchets to create a high-quality, mirror-like finish. The “69” grade indicates that the coin has only very minor imperfections visible under magnification, while the “DCAM” designation refers to the deep cameo contrast between the raised design elements and the background of the coin.
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