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1960 D LMC Almost The Whole Reverse Seem To Be MD Or Not

 
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I would agree!
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Note the direction of the MD. It changes because of the angle of the devices on the coin. So this MD is all in the same direction. Probably the same on of the obverse also with a second look with all the devices.
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I seem to always get both of the worst damage a coin can get...LOL
thanks everyone....I will read and research more
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