Quite new again, had been trying to get back into the hobby again in other words, indifferently , I am at the starting gates. Had been looking at my 1990 and 1991 Lincolns trying to see what I may have come up with roll searching. (Coppercoins.com) while trying to understand/see what was being shown and the description there of, two terms I had not seen before popped up. The first of which is "Pivoted spread", the second was "light spread" .... could some one plz. enlighten me? Heck I still don't understand the term "spread" me thinks. Guess I am hard headed or a man without vision but there are so many things that have arrows pointing to particulars of individual coinage I just cannot see to begin with; hope that makes sense. As a side note, after checking out box upon box of cents, nickels, rolls of dimes and about 500$ of halves I have come up empty handed for the most part. Guess this is just the norm. Have accomplished the ability to tell the Canadian from the American, also the washer space filler from the actual coin ... Also (and I was going to post but of course didn't) about a box and a half back, went to an out of the way bank in a very small town, picked up 5$ in pennies, just a grab and run on the fly. After getting home, laying out the rolls, noticed 1 roll far smaller than the other, not to uncommon I guess; BUT honesty sometimes prevails .... the roll had 40 pennies and 1 dime. Better than a washer for sure. Ok thank you all ahead of time, every one have a wonder and safe upcoming new year.