97P is the fg suppose to be that thick

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    I meant 96d for fg being thick 97p I dont remember what I was asking about on that one
     
  5. ldhair

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    Both are normal coins. Value would be one cent each.
     
  6. Morgandude11

    Morgandude11 As long as it's Silver, I'm listening

    An ordinary cent. Worth one cent.
     
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    Here is a link to Variety Vista - Design Varieties (varietyvista.com)

    There are two links, one for Obverse designs and one for Reverse designs. These are useful link for beginners trying to understand if what they are seeing is appropriate for the year or not, especially on Transitional coinage (like the CAMS and WAMS). It helps to make sense of what might have happened at the mint...why some 1939 Jefferson nickels have the Reverse design for the 1938 nickels. Why some Mintmarks for a given year/years suddenly reappear in a year it wasn't designated for. Knowledge is power as I'm sure you know...finding ready references like this will help sharpen the learning curve. Good luck!! Let us know if you found your answer through these links.
     
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