Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by andyathers, Jun 2, 2005.
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Andy, it is sooooooooo much easier to identify a coin when you can look at both sides. Pleeeeeeeeees start posting both sides with your inquiries.
Coins/medals that have been holed for jewelry invariably have the hole at the top of the obverse, which puts them at either the top or the bottom of the reverse. It is often easier to ID a coin from a correctly oriented picture.
Please don't take this as anything but constructive criticism, aimed at helping you improve your chances of getting valid answers.
The back of the coin
The back of the coin,thanks roy here is the other side
Anyone who says "invariably" is usually wrong.
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