Discussion in 'Frequently Asked Questions' started by National dealer, May 29, 2004.
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Yes sir, that is correct.
had me laughing for 10 minutes.
Obw collector of Lincoln's.
XF is just another term for EF. Both mean the same thing.
A coin a grading service did not grade and holder, but returned in a plastic flip
WAM -- "Wide 'AM'" variety on certain Lincoln Shield Cents (also see CAM -- "Close 'AM'")
Thanks, but the CU was in the thread dealing with coin hoarders with thousands of pounds worth of coins. I think in this context that it may have something to do with coin sorters, but I am not sure.
Cu is the symbol for copper.
BTW CAM is not in this list of acronyms either.
Hmmm...I'm unable to edit my post #52.
Correct. It refers to the spacing between the A and the M in America. I'm doing this from memory but....
On the 92 and 92d, the normal reverse has a wide AM while the rarer variety has a close AM (the two letters touch each other).
On the 98, 99, and 00, the situation is reversed. The close AM is normal while the wide AM is rare.
Separate names with a comma.