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1945-D 10c, Question? Does This Look Like A RPM?

 
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Looks more like damage. The area on the right side if it show a strong incuse mark on the mint mark. The area below the mint mark looks like where the mint mark was and now pushed back a bit. If this were a RPM, I would expect to see the same thing on the inside of the mint mark at the top of that area like the lower area.

Like this, but note if it were a RPM, it would be raised and not flattened like your coin is. Hope this helps?
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Hi, everyone. Just trying to learn. I have learned from your expertise about DDD. Is there RPMD (repunched mint mark deterioration )? The flattening of devices can possibly be caused by being a well circulated coin? So, the coin in its PRIME STATE, can there be a possibility of RPM? Thanks again.
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No. Even in better condition, circulation wise, this isn't an RPM. But

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Hi, everyone. Just trying to learn. I have learned from your expertise about DDD. Is there RPMD (repunched mint mark deterioration )? The flattening of devices can possibly be caused by being a well circulated coin? So, the coin in its PRIME STATE, can there be a possibility of RPM? Thanks again.

what I was seeing was the inside and bottom of the MM
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this is a well circulated coin

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bigjohn603 - I think it's just some displaced metal from a well-placed hit near the MM.
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Here is the link for 1945-D RPMs listed on Variety Vista:
http://varietyvista.com/06%20Mercur...%201945D.htm
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It does appeared to have a second mint mark, you can send it to Dr. Wiles to get it confirm.

But with the condition, it's difficult to really make out without closer inspection. Photos sometime can play tricks.

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