Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by Kevin Dore, Jul 26, 2018.
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Your coin is a CAM. Notice how the left leg of the M in looks thinner than the right? This is due to die wear or a little grease left in that leg on the die. If the leg was normal size it would almost be touching the A. Also The M would have to be more centered between the A and the E for it to be a WAM.
Keep searching and you will find one eventually.
Thanks for not only answering me very quickly but teaching me something in the process. I'll keep looking.
Here ya go. What do you look for here?
Here is another way you can tell.
The photo above is the word States on both a 2000P WAM and a 2000P CAM from my collection. Notice how on the CAM the A in States is closer the the T to its right? On a WAM, as you can see. the A is centered between the Ts.
I am not sure why the websites don't mention this, but it is what I use as a secondary marker instead of the FG.
You can look for this marker on all 1998-2000P WAMS
Again welcome to CT. Feel free to post any coins you have questions about. There are lots of knowledgeable members here and most of them are more than willing to lend a hand.
See you on the forum
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