Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Lehigh96, Aug 19, 2020.
Here is the photo the NGC uses for their Variety Plus page:
As always, comments welcome.
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1944-D 5¢ WRPM-002
Description: D/D Tilted (Rotated)
Die Markers: Obverse: None significant. Reverse: Die gouges protrude from the lower left and the lower right of the S in PLURIBUS. A die gouge can be found between the centers of the U and S in PLURIBUS. A heavy die scratch runs through the bottoms of the U and N in UNUM.
I think I can see the marker on the S but unsure of the others
http://www.varietyvista.com/05 JN RPMs/RPMs 1944D.htm
I don't know what that means. I'm saying it looks like FS-501, the first one on that page. Are you agreeing or saying it looks like one of the others?
I think he is just saying you should look at that site and compare, especially since you have the coin in hand. Does it look like RPM-015?
It’s a hit
I strongly say yes. I can’t be wrong all the time
Now I have to send it back to NGC to get the variety.
If it 501 it is also a ddo and a ddr .
Check to see can't tell from those images .
Let go through the stages .
Stage A, has DDO-001 & DDR-001 .
Stage B, still has DDO-001 & DDR-001 .
Stage C, Has a obverse die change .
Which now only has DDR-001 .
Here's the link to coneca site .
http://varietyvista.com/05 JN RPMs/1944DRPM001.htm
Let start with coneca DDR-001 .
http://varietyvista.com/04a JN DD Vol 1/DDR Detail Pages/1944DDDR001.htm
Stage A, has no polishing done on the " US " of pluribus .
Stage B, has a little done on the " U " but none on the " S " .
Stage C, is where this coin would be .
Check for the crack in the hair, with site link I posted .
Also there no DDO, with this coin ( Stage C ) ..
Looks like a winner to me.
Bro, you lost me a long time ago.
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