ok so I think im learning...some :-) ....is this a Kennedy Half with collar clash & PMD?

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  1. Charlie Cliques

    Charlie Cliques Active Member

    1983 P
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    & arrows to (obverse) either machine doubling or PMD?
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  3. Charlie Cliques

    Charlie Cliques Active Member

    & arrows to (reverse) either machine doubling or PMD?
     

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  4. R_rabbit

    R_rabbit Well-Known Member

    Hi:)
    Imho, it’s pmd. Normal circulation wear. The circular lines you see are from a counting machine..pay phone,slot machine ect.. gouges are from circulation. No doubling.
    A spender
     
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  5. paddyman98

    paddyman98 No Common Cents! Supporter

    Yes to Collar Clash.
    The circle is from coin wrapper crimping machine damage.
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  6. Charlie Cliques

    Charlie Cliques Active Member

    thanks for the confirmation :)
     
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