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 Posted 01/16/2018  11:04 pm Show Profile   Check spruett001's eBay Listings Bookmark this topic Add spruett001 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
I had some time to examine a few BIEs I have tonight to try and label them. I believe I found them all except for one. There are many listings for 1955-D, but I couldn't find one that was exactly right.

I also noticed the new organization of listings based on size/position of the break. I believe this one should be in either the EL+ or DL+ categories. There are also two reverse die chips on the left wheat stalk that should be a notable marker. What do you think?

Sorry about the pics. They're the best I can get with my phone.






Date/MM position:



Reverse Die Chips:



The others that I was able to identify are:

LDB4-1951D-018 4EL+
LDB4-1955D-028 4EL+
LDB4-1957-043 4F+
LDB4-1957D-044 4EL
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Hey, Spruett. Nice BIE.

A while back, I was trying to find a good place to attribute these. Where do you go to look these up?

Thanks.
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Doh!!

I should have gone there first. Thanks.
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LBD4-55D008 4EL a bit earlier but what's interesting is the die marker on reverse is a match for the 004 4DL. All that means is a possible same reverse die or a different die state. I think by what I see, I see multiples of the same progressive chip listed as 8 -12 different entries...they look different states of same die error. The oo4-4DL could precede yours
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Thanks for the input. That's what makes it difficult using CoC. Different progressive states of breaks are given a different number even though they are actually from the same die and it's obvious.

I see what you mean, Crazyb0, about the 004 reverse die chip and the possibility of it being used with other obverse dies. That's a bit of a weakness in using reverse die markers for something like this.

It was pretty easy last time, so maybe I will send it to JC and see what he thinks. Even if it is just an earlier/later die state of another listing, it seems it would get its own designation.
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