Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Dfrizz21, Jun 12, 2019.
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I didn't notice til you said that. it looks like a w? hmm going to have to look into that, thanks. also would you know if they made a 1928d penny that is not copper. I have one and am not sure if it is fake or real? I know there are steel pennies in the 40's but cant find online when I google about a non copper penny 1928d
The mint mark (on the reverse, at the bottom left of the fasces) looks like a D, although the photos aren't quite clear enough to be sure.
The 1942/1 Philadelphia (no-mint-mark) overdate is very easy to see. The 1942/1-D is a lot more subtle. If you can get a close-up, in-focus image of the coin, we might be able to tell whether you have one -- or you can look up 1942/1-D on Google and find the diagnostics yourself.
Good luck! I've looked at several hundred 1942-D dimes and haven't yet found my first overdate, but they are still out there to be cherry-picked...
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