1969-D Quarter Type D RDV-004 2 Different MM New Discovery
Hi, to day looking close for the very scarce Type D 1969D, I find the second one in my PCGS slab, but with the RPM FS-501.
My conclusion come to say after I analyze also some PCGS photos for RPM FS-501 that the RPM observe run on two different Reverse Die Type D and Type E which it is very common.
The ANACS slab show you the only one coin at this time certified.
I think I will contact Tanner if do not come to see this post to update on the site that this RPM could be find with Type D reverse.
Is damage that I can not see all 115 RPM's 501 to have an Idea of rarity. I consulted 9 photos from PCGS and the three I have so from 12 coins I find only two coins with this Type D and the rest the common Type E. I think this combination could be rare to very rare.
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