After receiving my '99 P SBA proof I was curious about the thread regarding
a "complete" SBA dollar set.
So I dragged out my few proof/unc. sets ('80 and '81) to remind myself
which year I was missing ('79, obviously?) - hey that was 18/19 years
So the strange part. I'm looking at my proofs trying to figure out the
Type II SBA dollar that someone mentioned. Mine appear to have very
"crisp and clear" 's' mint marks - so I guess they are the common ones.
Now to the strange part. My 1981-D uncirculated set appears to have
a 1981-S SBA dollar instead of the 1981-D that I was expecting!
Thats when I noticed that they have BOTH, a D and S SBA. Also, the
'80-D set also has them. So the Denver sets have 7 coins instead of 6.
I was much too young to (now) remember why the mint did this.
Can anyone email an explaination - also, do the '79 unc. sets have all 7