SBSS Final Mintage

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  1. funman1

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  2. Horrie

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    Trying to decipher which Debt and Death I have, but I have no idea what a great deal of this is about. Can anyone help with the difference between 'oiled est' and 'clean est' ?
    All the arrowheads on all the coins I have appear to be in detail I'm guessing I'm not looking at the correct detail. Can someone shed some light on how I can differentiate please?
    The BU both sides I'm assuming is the Skull both sides, of which I have a few.

    Was there ever a 5oz mintage advised? I have one of those too.

    All advise greatly welcomed.
    Horrie

    Hard Strike- (All Arrowheads in detail) 20
    Soft Strike – (Shallow strike Arrowheads flat) 100
    SBS-s (- the “s” on problems) oiled est? 300
    SBS-s (- the “s” on problems) clean est? 560
    Regular oiled 3,000
    Regular/Proof 41,457
    BU both sides Est? 4,000
    Wide Reed 3,900
     
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    The oiled and non oiled thing only applies to the coins that are missing the "s" in the world problems.
    I'm pretty sure the hard and soft strike refers to early runs test runs and all the rest of the coins other than those have detailed arrow heads. But I'm not 100% on that.
     
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    Horrie, you can find information on Silver Bullet Silver Shield (and Silver Shield) by copy/pasting the following links into your browser

    https://storage.googleapis.com/wzukusers/user-19085738/documents/56d26c2c26a468vRBflL/Silver Shield Collector's Guide March 2016.pdf

    https://silvershieldguide.com/2012


    SBSS were produced at the Mulligan Mint USA in 2012 and until Nov. 2013
    later issues of Silver Shield are produced by the Golden State Mint in Florida USA

    I am always happy to answer any questions re: SBSS and Silver Shield :)
     
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    Thanks heaps mate.
     
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