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RobertLahtiRobertLahti Posts: 328 ✭✭✭
edited August 28, 2022 1:49PM in U.S. Coin Forum

...to find this lightly toned 1963D reverse. A die clash by the date and also in the columns. The toning runs down the right side of Lincoln Memorial.

We'll see...WHAT? What brought your attention...?

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    RobertLahtiRobertLahti Posts: 328 ✭✭✭

    We'll see...WHAT? What brought your attention...?

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    RobertLahtiRobertLahti Posts: 328 ✭✭✭

    Extra metal inside the obverse rim in the field, is in a continuous amount from the right side of Lincolns lapel to just under Liberty.

    We'll see...WHAT? What brought your attention...?

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    giantsfan20giantsfan20 Posts: 1,402 ✭✭✭✭
    edited August 28, 2022 1:19PM

    What is your fascination in looking at coins and explaining the minute detail in your mind why it occured? Why do bother to waste time or you dont have anything better to do.

    Stick to your dinosaur fossil theories and coin research. :#

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    RobertLahtiRobertLahti Posts: 328 ✭✭✭

    Minute details lie in the very thin air of the population of toned 1963D 1c.

    It shortly ago was held as one of the more popular chase coins to be the first to have graded MS66 and are listed on PCGS as the hardest modern coin to grade MS66.

    We'll see...WHAT? What brought your attention...?

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    MS66MS66 Posts: 200 ✭✭✭

    Clickbait thread title.

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    giantsfan20giantsfan20 Posts: 1,402 ✭✭✭✭

    So are you going to send it into PCGs or just BS us like your others error in your mind posts?

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    justmenutty72justmenutty72 Posts: 394 ✭✭✭

    There is a very serious disorder here. And not with the coin. Please get some help and stop with this nonsense.

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    bsshog40bsshog40 Posts: 3,777 ✭✭✭✭✭

    I presume he thinks he's holding an MS67 cent. Sorry OP, not even close.

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    RelaxnRelaxn Posts: 866 ✭✭✭✭

    @RobertLahti said:
    Minute details lie in the very thin air of the population of toned 1963D 1c.

    It shortly ago was held as one of the more popular chase coins to be the first to have graded MS66 and are listed on PCGS as the hardest modern coin to grade MS66.

    It can be a tough coin in top Gem grades... but yours if low BU to maybe AU58

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    cladkingcladking Posts: 28,333 ✭✭✭✭✭

    If you want a well struck specimen with nice clean surfaces and no carbon spots I'd guess the '84 (P) is one of the toughest of the series in MS-66. Of course the '14-D and some of the earlier dates are really tough even in MS-64.

    The '84 is overlooked and the unattractive surfaces are forgiven by the grading services.

    Tempus fugit.

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