1971 D DDO-006?

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  4. Rick Stachowski

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    Im getting too much reflection with this camera. Im going to replace the batteries in my other one and get cleaner pics.

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    Those are bright images .
    It's not #6 .

    Take new images when it get light out .
    For now, I'll go through the listing and see what I can come up with .
     
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    Looks like the enhanced "R" but I am not good enough to be sure.

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    If Im following correctly, that leads me to research DDR-002. I simply cannot tell on the doubling but the lines match up...tried to catch them in the photos below. Theres a north south line that runs next to the initials that matches really nice.

    Im just struggling getting the reflection out. The bottom of the I in IN especially. It appears to match the split serif in my very last picture at the bottom.

    If all this is right and Ive followed it through correctly (big fat IF), then it could be ODV-003 (enhanced R)....DDO-004 and DDR-002 / FS101 ????

    OR,....I just confused the crap out of myself and anyone else reading this.

    Either way, Rick, thank you so much for your help in solving this puzzle and pointing me in the right direction.



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  11. Rick Stachowski

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    Give me some images of the stars above " STATES OF " .
    Get the lettering to, with those stars ...
     
  12. Rick Stachowski

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    Yes . This is the enhanced R ...
     
  13. Rick Stachowski

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    So far so good, couple more images of what I asked for .
    I'm thinking FS-101 .

    Polish lines match perfect, on the reverse ..
     
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    Thank the good Lord. I was trying hard to get those lines. OK, I will keep working on it. Thanks for the encouragement Rick! I needed it lol!
     
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    I'll be here the rest of the night .
     
  16. atrox001

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    Your half is a 71D ODV-003, strong R (Obverse Die Variety). Most of the doubling you are showing in your photos is on every ODV-003 Kennedy half. What you need to show are some photos of WE TRUST, and clear ones of the bottom right of the I on IN to attribute this half. Photos that are not so magnified and have less glare. Here is an example of the 71D DDO-006.
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    I hope these help a little.


    Tried to eliminate glare...keep focused and not zoom to far in...
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  18. Rick Stachowski

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    One last image , how about a image of " we " ..
     
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    No doubt that " We " is doubled .
    FS-101 ...
     
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    Do you use a templet, to put coins on for your images ?
    If you don't have one, make one like this .
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