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Is The Fact That "Liberty Is So Far To The Left, An Error Or Normal

 
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 Posted 01/15/2021  02:47 am Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add noncents420 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
I'm just wondering if this is normal for the "Liberty" to be so far to the left on a 1964 D penny or any penny for that matter.

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It is a result of normal die wear and is quite common.
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Very, very normal. Occasionally the L is 'absorbed' into the rim on (very) late dies state cents.
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The hubs were swollen until 1969
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The master hub was swelling. So all dies would receive that issue all down the line:

As mentioned, the new master hub was used in 1969:

1968 was the last year for the swelling master hub. Note the difference in size of devices and busts.
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Very cool, thank you for the info.
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