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Three 1968 S Cents no information found on one of them

 
 
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 Posted 02/12/2018  2:47 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add myshipper to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
*** Edited by Staff to Add Year / Mintmark / Denomination to Title. Titles are Important! ***

Okay guys I have 3 1968 San Francisco Lincoln cents
Two of them clearly have the fluted bulb bottom of the Mint mark
The third one ain't supposed to exist and that year if you also look at the 6 in the 9 the one is different from the other 2 also could use your help I can't find no information on it and I hope you won't be disappointed in the images I had to crop them and compress them also if you look at the mini-mart it kind of looks like an eight where there's an inverted s underneath tell me what you think



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You should include the date, mintmark, and the denomination in your titles.

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We'll need much sharper pics, please!



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The complete coin photo not just the parts of interest, should be made available.

I'm also a little confused about what you are seeing.

Post one coin and tell us what you see.

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I see two coins with same Mint mark style with the bulb end and blunt end numerals.
They are the correct MM,s
I looked up the MM style for that year
And RPM AND DDO

The other coin has sharp numbers and serif block end and serif is split and shows a DDO BUT can't tell if s over s s over inverted s because it looks like a 8 at times and depending on how I positioned my phone it also looks like s over d because from what I found that MMS-008 the tall Mm on the 2 are correct the double punch MMS-009 she shown on the other 68 wasn't used or supposed to be used until 1974 so it's somebody to shed some light I would appreciate it







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Okay guys I stand corrected after researching all night I found this link which shows the design varieties 468 + 69 that's mint mark and number style was supposed to start in 69 you can see what the other two are in the same link of the 68 so from what I'm seeing I believe one of those 68 asses is using a 69. Variety again correct me if I'm wrong

http://varietyvista.com/01b%20LC%20...201969-S.htm


1969-S DDO-001
1-O-I-CCW
FS-101 (028)
For the one coin



1969-S DDO-002
2-O-V-CW from K-9
For the other two coins



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You do realize the 1968-S DDO-005, PR-5-O-II-C coin is a proof coin?
http://varietyvista.com/01b%20LC%20...8SDDO005.htm
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Yes I realized that last night I was going to post the new link to copper coins website they show completely that 1968 only had one mint mark for that year no other one that was on all business strikes and proofs and it shows every mint mark Style and the mint mark style that I'm showing on one of the three in the pictures I posted one of the three pictures has it didn't work. starts in 74 please review this link

http://Lincolncentresource.com/San_..._Styles.html
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