Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Rodney Cole, Feb 23, 2020.
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The mint mark for your coin, if it has one, would be on the reverse to the bottom left.
That's so cute.. As stated those are the designers initials. But it is understandable why you would think it is a mint mark with West Point Mint recently minting coins at their Mint for general circulation.
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I should have known this... LOL.
Believe it or not. It's not the first time someone has asked that question. It's a good question!
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@Rodney Cole, the branch mint marks on these are on the back at the bottom.
@Rodney Cole. As a new collector, I can see why you might think the designers initials could be a mint mark, especially this one because of the wear. You can't really see the A, only a semi-flattened W. Buy a Red Book and it shows you where the MM are on the different demonizations, plus other good information. They are not expensive and even a used one has about the same information. Ignore the prices though. Good luck and have fun.
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