I understand that the floating roof error is relatively common
Just FYI, the "floating roof" is not an error. It is just a result of an over polished die but not a mint error. The 1969 and 1970's had a lot of floating roofs and both also had a lot of NO FG's (the designer's initials) with the 69' having more No FG's in my findings. Still a nice find but they are very common as already mentioned. PCGS
actually lists the 1969 NO FG as a variety, not an error. The last time I checked, higher Mint State (MS) examples of the 1969 No FG do carry a premium based on their website info.
Edited by Scuba1
05/08/2021 12:38 am