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Is This A 1968 D 1MM-003 Cent

 
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to CCF. I will need better clearer close ups to help you. Maybe some other members can go by these photos.
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http://www.varietyvista.com/02b%20L...8DRPM003.htm
Note the direction of the RPM. It is an east. The only area that counts on this mintmark affected area is on the east (right side) of the coin. See it on the link above? We can't see what that area looks like on your coin?
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Thanks. It is just another copper cent to keep for melt value.
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