1943 D UNC walking liberty Half

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  1. Sula86

    Sula86 Active Member

    IMG_2328.JPG IMG_2329.JPG IMG_2330.JPG IMG_2331.JPG IMG_2332.JPG I recently picked up this coin along with some other walking liberty halves. This one obviously stuck out to me due to what I think are die breaks on both the obverse and reverse. What do you think?
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  3. SchwaVB57

    SchwaVB57 Well-Known Member

    Nice find! Looks like small die cracks to me. The coin has nice eye appeal as well.
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  4. Sula86

    Sula86 Active Member

    Thank you for your response and assistance! The top of the wing kind of looked like a small lamination issue to me as well but I'm on the fence about that.
  5. Rheingold

    Rheingold Well-Known Member

    Really nice coin.
    Several die cracks, good strike, original luster and obviously not cleaned.
    I'm in the MS65 area with this coin.
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  6. silverman987

    silverman987 Member

    Beautiful coin, definitely die cracks. IMO this is a MS 64 coin, MS 65 on a good day.
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  7. cpm9ball

    cpm9ball Cannot Re-Member

    That is just a continuation of the die crack that began at the rim. It just decided to take a left turn at that point.

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  8. Sula86

    Sula86 Active Member

    thanks for all your responses and for the help on the grade! I wasn't sure about the grade. I have a tough time grading the uncirculated pieces, I haven't quite gotten the hang of that yet.
  9. Sula86

    Sula86 Active Member

    Ok cool, I love the unique coins like this.
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