Hey gang, looking at a couple 69-s cents and noticed that the S on one is a good bit higher than the other. Note the second mint mark is much higher than the first. All feedback is welcome. Not sure if it's just a different die or just some odd variation. Thank you all.
@DJD, hand-punched mint marks meant that the location was typically close, but certainly not exactly in the same spot. If you can find a mintmark that has been repunched or touching part of the date, then you might have a saver.
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