Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Inspector43, Sep 22, 2019.
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Looks like VF obverse, die crack-worn die reverse.
@C-B-D coin. Soon as I can get away from church I am pulling my cent book out of the back of the safe to study mine. Some interesting history that I didn’t know.
Now where could we find such an expert here ?
Don't let the die crack fool ya ....
Back when I was grading coins I would have called this a VG-8.
@Rick Stachowski I too would love to see a thread about Die Pair 4.
Please message me.
For those not familiar, what's special about die pair 4?
How do we identify it?
http://www.lincolncentresource.com/1922Ddievarieties.html here is a link that shows it. http://www.lincolncentresource.com/1922Ddievarieties.html
Lincoln coat merges into the rim ..
I saw what you were doing, Nice try.
Not sure how you got VF for the obverse. It's a G-VG all the way, or possibly a liberal VG8 as another poster wrote.
After the recent GTG on these, I gave the benefit of the doubt with the grade. The MS coin there was guessed to be in low grades by many. Proved to be a good lesson on these. I thought anyway. Not even close to being a professional, especially on all types.
Link to thread...(Educational, and fun)
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