I am having a difficult time distinguishing between the large bead and small bead 1965 Canadian cent. I read in previous post that for a 1965 nickel, you can easily distinguish the large beads from the small beads by counting the number of beads... "Looks like a large bead from your pics, but you should also determine how many beads are on it. The Large Bead version has 138 Beads, and the Small Bead version has 119. That is enough of a difference to use it to confirm so that die wear is not contributing to your decision." Is it possible to distinguish between the large/small bead 1965 Canadian cent by counting the number of beads?