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1970 S Looking To For Possible Low 7

 
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Need a close up of the date to tell if it is a large date or a small date.Is your white balance out of adjustment?
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tried to sharpen photo for low 7 just can't tell
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 Posted 12/08/2021  11:22 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add coop to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Take a larger image of the date/mintmark area. When you have that use a business card to see if it is a Large/small date. How? On your monitor.

Also look at the inside loop of the '9':

Only the Large date has that loop that year on the 'S' mint coins.

Location of the bottom of the '7' is also what I watch for. With these tricks you can search eBay auctions and if the coin is rotated, with the card you will know for sure. (They often rotate the coin on purpose to confuse you, to try to sell you not the read deal) But now you know what exactly what to look for on these.

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Try using the zoom function on your camera/phone (if that is what you are using) and also crop your image to the rim of your coins to get larger images to post up.
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