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    Posted: 05 Jan 2007 at 2:27pm


Edited by bobrose - 24 May 2008 at 11:31am
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This could be a 1952D-1MM-002 Conneca: RPM#002 or Wexler: WRPM-002, repunched D over D West variety. These errors are fairly common and only carry a small premium over their normal value.  You might want to try the experts at http://coppercoins.com/
 
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ReardonAn extra upper serif sticks out at an angle from the upper vertical bar of the primary mintmark. The mintmark is punched high on this die.
An extra upper serif sticks out at an angle from the upper vertical bar of the primary mintmark. The mintmark is punched high on this die.
An extra upper serif sticks out at an angle from the upper vertical bar of the primary mintmark. The mintmark is punched high on this die.


Edited by reardon - 21 Jan 2007 at 2:44am
As struck, with full strike!
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Hi Reardon
Thankyou very much for your reply, its appereciated
I can tell that this is a repunched D over D west. I also know that they are fairly common and carry little preimum. What Im really interested in, is what is struck at the back of the MM (D)s... as well as whats struck in the inner loop of the MM (D)s... Its a interesting (MM) strike, and I thought others may like to see it. I,ve been collecting rpm and variety coins for  many years and this is the very first Lincoln Cent with MM (D) that I have ever seen struck this way.
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bobrose
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any one looking for 1997 dbl ear have nice one do you sell coins here I dont know just tell me if you don't I ll move on I have a lot of errors for sale confermed by digital photos
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