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Based on eBay/Heritage prices:

 

84-O - $35

96-S - $2,400-$4,400 (low end based on MS-62, high end on MS-63)

87-S - $100-200 (low end based on MS-62, high end on MS-63)

89-S - $250-350 (low end based on MS-62, high end on MS-63)

 

Those S-mints are all keys, are you sure they are S-mints?

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"the coins are certified NGC, not graded, however when I bought the coins I was told they grede out at MS67. sorry that's all I know about these cased coins"

 

Methinks someone's feeding someone some bull.

 

Escpecially how to S mintmarks canged into P mintmarks overnight...:ninja:

 

Yet the slabs stil say S mintmark...

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Big difference, turn those S mintmarks into Ps and these all pretty much become $35-50 coins. Also, no one with any sense would have MS-67 coins graded in the "Brilliant Uncirculated" slabs, those are primarily for large hoards of unc silver dollars that might grade out between MS-60 and MS-63. Anything above 63 and they would be numerically graded.

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