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1971 D Penny Looks Like Extra Strike On Bottom With Letters.

 
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Looks like a vise-job to me
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to CCF. Agreed, it is considered PMD.
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to the CCF!
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If I had a better camera I'd be able to show the back cause it's got some on the back but not indented in but raised like it's a mint stamp.
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It wouldn't matter with a better image. We can see the rim is flattened, the devices are mirrored not normal if this would have been a double strike. Just a coin transfer from on coin to another as mentioned with a vise.
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post mint damage for sure.
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Agreed, PMD from a vise job.
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