Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by DISDIK, Oct 1, 2020.
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Im not sure if i know wyat u mean ...i took a pic under my scope can u tell what 8t is?
Most/all of those coins look normal to me. There are still a number of 1958, 1959 and 1982 that can be found in very good condition in circulation.
The 70-S (fingerprint) and 74-S are business strikes.
Ahhh ok thank you kind sir/madam
That's true, it's hard to tell on ducks...
@physics-fan3.14 can tell you all about those business strikes designated as proof-like, so in future you can distinguish those as well
Sure they have. Check out early modern commem's.
Not in 1970 or 1974, they didn't. (The 1970-S and 1974-S in these photos still aren't proof, though.)
Can you show some examples? I can't think of any off the top of my head.
Oh cripes.....two scotches, and where's the Red Book?
"film at 11"........hopefully sooner.
I thought you were talking about proofs?
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