I have 2 1946 S Lincoln cents both have the "S" mint mark but totally different "S"s
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Yes, there were two S mint marks used.
Something about the bottom one you are showing looks a little off.
It may just be a little PMD or the photo.
Can you post full coin photos of the second coin? both sides
There were 3 mm styles used for 1946-S cents.
I stand corrected, thanks Oldhoopster.
Thanks for all the input people I appreciate it!
Are they classified by type or is it relevant?
Thank you Oldhoopster I check out you link.
I think the first one is an OMM S/D I haven't been collecting errors long so i am not sure yet I am learning there are a lot of resources
http://www.varietyvista.com/01a LC Doubled Dies Vol 1/San Francisco Mintmark Styles.htm
http://www.varietyvista.com/02a LC RPMs Vol 1/1946SOMM001.htm
I don’t see it on yours
I agree it doesn't match with any there but Wexler has a different version here https://doubleddie.com/58243.html although my magnification isn't as good I am still left to wonder what the pointed areas are.
I agree I was able to get better magnification and now do not see it as well. Thank you for pointing that out. May I ask what of the 46 with no mint mark?
Thanks for the additional photos.
I don't see the D/S on the one.
What looked a little off on the other one is just circulation & PMD.
Actually the one Wexler attributed is an S/D but after further review I couldn't find a clear view either, Is the no mint mark common?
Thanks for responding
Serif and non
No mint mark is actually the most common. They were minted in Philadelphia.