1923 D peace Q?

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  1. R_rabbit

    R_rabbit Well-Known Member

    BFF75F37-4937-4C1F-9D8C-CC2BFB454BA6.jpeg So.. I have had this in my collection for 20 years and just found it in a box I was going through. Forgot I even had it.
    It’s a 1923 d with a die crack. A die chip on the chin. Some interesting lines coming off just above the lips. Now the eagle side truly shines. It was still in the coin holder then I took it out because the holder was well aged. Why is it so shiny? Is it a proof side?

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  3. R_rabbit

    R_rabbit Well-Known Member

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  4. alurid

    alurid Well-Known Member

    The reverse of your coin looks like it has been polished, like with a jewelers rouge wheel. Which would relieve it of any numismatic value, and leave only its silver content value.
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  5. R_rabbit

    R_rabbit Well-Known Member

    if that’s the case..then it’s quite a shame someone did that.. appreciate your help
  6. R_rabbit

    R_rabbit Well-Known Member

    If it was a stacked coin. Would it have this effect?
  7. enamel7

    enamel7 Junior Member

    No, because the coin has obviously been polished.
  8. R_rabbit

    R_rabbit Well-Known Member

    Sigh, Okay thank you . Appreciate your help.
  9. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    To shine like that only happens from one thing-being polished. What a shame.
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  10. Paddy54

    Paddy54 Hey brother can you spare a half dime?

    Whizzed to death
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  11. Dynoking

    Dynoking Well-Known Member

    Its a shame the coin has been polished but you can still have some enjoyment out of it. If you go to the VAM World web site you can try to match up the die crack and chip to a known VAM.
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