Matched Pair (Clad & Silver) 1973-S Eisenhower Proof Dollars in PCGS PR69DCAM

This listing is for a neat pair of both of the Proof Eisenhower dollar coins that were issued by the San Francisco Mint in 1973: one in the copper-nickel clad alloy and one in the copper-silver clad alloy. The coins pictured are the coins you will receive. Both are certified by the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) as near-perfect gems in PR-69 condition, with a Deep Cameo (DCAM) finish. None of the Eisenhower dollars produced in 1973 were ever released for general circulation, so the only way to get these coins was via direct purchase from the US Mint. The Copper-Nickel variety could be acquired via the purchase of the regular Proof Set for that year, while the Silver-Clad version was available for purchase only as a stand-alone item ordered directly from the Mint. With a total mintage of only 1,013,646 pieces, the 1973-S silver-clad coin has the lowest mintage of all the Eisenhower dollars.

For accuracy, I note that these coins have apparently been carried around in dealer stock for a while and not handled with extreme care, so the holders show a fair number of superficial scuffs and scratches associated with that mis-handling. But any marks you think you might see on the coins are simply reflections of those marks from the holder and are not on the coins themselves. And the same applies to what might appear as discoloration
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