Sunday, May 8, 2016

Mint Of The United States At San Francisco Type I Ingots - Part XIII - More Seeing Double

My last post covered two ingots of the very same type and series with identical numbers; as noted that situation is the only I know of. Identical numbers between different types and series are extremely rare but not one of a kind.

There are a few others in my registry but the duplicate numbers that I have in my collection follow:

Type I oval hallmark, curved stem nines, one in 999.75 and the other in 999.5, both #5


Type I oval hallmark, curved stem nines, one in 999.75 and the other in 999.5, both #946


Type I oval hallmark, curved stem nines, one in 999.75 and the other in 999.5, both #1267 and a one of a kind over sized Type II oval hallmark (only used on reverse of plates) all with #1267


Type I oval hallmark unique 20.04 oz and 1956 dated round hallmark, both #1268


Silver Ingots
Ken




  


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