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1936 P LWC - DDR With A Twist, Unknown Variety.

 
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 Posted 04/17/2021  09:17 am Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add VestigeWolf to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
There are so many 1936P DDR varieties that I may never know which ones I have. They are so similar that I am just going to mark them unknown. I wanted to share this one because it has a missing leg on the R in Liberty. It took a hit but I think it was grease filled. What do you think?








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 Posted 04/17/2021  10:34 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add CentSation to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
The broken and partially broken leg, are well-known markers for the '36 LWCs.

I believe a few of the DDOs have it as a marker, also.
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I keep learning something new everyday. I saw the WDDO-019 had it but did not realize it was that prevalent. Thanks much.
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 Posted 04/17/2021  11:22 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add CentSation to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
In fact, DDR-5 has the broken R.

http://www.varietyvista.com/01a%20L...6PDDR005.htm
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The broken 'R' is not a die issue, but a working hub issue. There were several of these dies created from the broken device on the working hub.

CoopHome: [/b]"How can you tell a die chip from a broken hub issue?"[/b]





An example of a die chip is the BIE. That is very well know to cent collectors. The void on the die breaks off and creates a raised area on the coin. On the broken hub issue, the broken off area doesn't form anything. So the space is just blank on the coins.
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I need to start reading better! Thanks so much for all the info and pictures you two.
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