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1989 LMC is this consider DDR? Still learn. Hard case  
 

 
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All are MD, reduced in size. Notice the dot, if it is a DDR, it will usually become an oval, bigger than normal.



Great pix Bate, this helps in determining just what is going on. It is directional on those notches, really see it here!


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Crazyb0..Very crystal clear with your show Sir. Thanks
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Crazyb0 nailed it! He definitely can nail stuff a lot better than me sometimes.
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Need to look for the devices enlarged and stop looking at the edges of devices. (The area where MD coins are damaged)













Note on all these examples that the enlargement of the devices are present. Go back and look at your coins images and note, there is not enlargement, just reduction from MD on the edges of the devices you are looking at. Hope this helps.

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Thanks Mr. Coop..It is very helpful...Yeahh..now I know how..
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