Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by jessica M sewell, Aug 20, 2018.
Wondering what your opinion is.
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Close. Look at the space between AM and ME. They would be equal if it were wide.
I will give the mint out lol.....that is why I am asking for opinions...that mint is Philadelphia.
Why the mystery? There really isn't any need for it.
The reason I am asking is I seen so many videos...and so many images..I am now confused...I heard from one popular video..the 92 for the close am is to be close or almost touching..this is a 1999 P...and the others I have are touching each other.
Fine, but there are only certain dates that effect WAM and CAM.
I see you posted the date. Sorry for forcing you to disclose state secrets.
Your coin is a close AM.
The following list of confirmed variations are valuable in order from most to least rare:
1992-P Business Strike Close AM
1992-D Business Strike Close AM
1998-S Proof Close AM
1999-S Proof Close AM
1999-P Business Strike Wide AM
1998-P Business Strike Wide AM
2000-P Business Strike Wide AM
This is why I am asking, my 1999 P is wider than my other 1999 Ps. And not really sure on the difference between the width, however I believe one person helped me on that with the AM and the ME being the same width.
1926...what this worn down post mint?
If it's a wide AM . it should have a flared G on the Designers Signature, on the reverse of the coin .
Separate names with a comma.