Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by redcent230, Oct 18, 2015.
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Great question! Yes only 1964... I want to share these webpages with you -
It was really cool to find a DCAM. Many of the questionable grading services didn't spot them and show it on the slab. These were easy to cherrypick because many collectors would not even look at coins in those holders. It was a fun time.
You could even buy reproduction envelopes for the 64 proof set. They were used to make people think they were buying unsearched sets.
Thanks paddyman for posting that link. I think the guy that created that site was like the king on the topic.
That's the best diagnostic photo I've seen of this variety.
Subtle difference in the hair and the lines which make up the hair is as bold as the nose on your face once you actually "See" them.
Thankfully Russ and others have put together some nice photographs specifically detailing the differences.
HOWEVER, pay little attention to the "Reverse" as a validation point since that reverse exists on non-Accented Hair Obverses as well as several difference 1964-D Coins.
The Accented Hair Kennedy comes in nbo less than 11 different dies of which 10 of those are significant enough of a doubled die to be listed in CONECA's files.
There could be more.
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