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HI There I'm new To This. I've Got This 1946 S Is It Worth It?what To Look4?

 
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to CCF. Need photos front and back,crop and rotate properly before posting. It is worth at least 2 1/2 ˘ just because it is a wheat back. Is there something about it that makes you think it has a premium like an error or variety?
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agree with John
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The 1946 S is an interesting Coin that is minted with three mint mark styles (MMS-004, MMS-006 and MMS-007). The one to look for is MMS-006 inverted mint mark http://www.varietyvista.com/01a%20L...20Styles.htm
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It was one of the interesting years/mint with many things to look for:

A lot of the 1946 coins had a weak '46' on the date:

Also some show master die touch ups:

Also the year of the inverted mintmarks:


This happened on two dies on the ball serif mintmarks. What to look for on these?

Also the year of the S/D over mintmark:


It is also the year with the largest mintmark that is not a RPM:

But the reverse is a DDR:





This year has some interesting RPMs:




Plus many more.
Also an interesting DDO:

Also an interesting DDR:




Well this was interesting year/mint. But when you look closer at other years/mints the same thing happens most years.
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