Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by h.e.-pennypacker, Aug 1, 2022.
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do you think it looks like a Denver?
it doesn't match the full-coin image. In the full image, the mint mark looks more like an S, but all the other details are different as well.
If these are images provide by a seller, be VERY cautious.
Look at the big dark spot/hit on the branch in the top image. It's completely missing on the bottom.
Look at how far the rim has worn down. I can see the bottom of the middle bar of the E on the bottom image. In the top image, it's completely obscured.
Finally, look at the mint mark itself. It's oriented differently in the two images. In the top one, it looks like an S, with the right corner higher than the left. In the bottom, it looks like a D, with the left corner higher.
@h.e.-pennypacker, are these a seller's images, or are they yours? If they're yours, can you please double-check that your close-up is from the same coin as your whole-coin images?
@-jeffB Look like two different coins to me also.
@h.e.-pennypacker will get back to us.
The full reverse could easily be showing more refraction in the worn areas of the rim. Making the details not show well.
I think the seller is trying to put something over on potential buyers. Ask some very pointed questions before buying.
It usually is. Lol
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