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1944 (LWC) D over S or maybe D/D ?  
 

 
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 Posted 04/15/2018  04:35 am Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add dbeck22 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
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I cant decide if this is a D/S or D/D or anything..... I can almost make out the shape of an S






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Going by these pics,looks like PMD to me. If you can,get a close up shot of the MM straight on.
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what is a PMD?
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PMD=Post Mint Damage.
I still can not tell for sure with the pics provided,sorry.
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Just PMD, not a D/S.



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It isn't either variety of the 1944 D/S, but it could be a late die state (Stage D) heavily circulated 1944-D D/D NW, 1944-D RPM-010.

I can almost make out the small die crack on Lincoln's shoulder, and the mm position looks right for RPM-010. The fuzzy blob NNW of the mm is in the right spot, too. Clearer pics of both the mm and Lincoln's shoulder would be needed, though.
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