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    I appreciate the input. I was pretty proud of...

    I appreciate the input. I was pretty proud of myself for finding this one (first ever in the wild). Maybe next time, I'll have a more dramatic cud to share.
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    So it's been several years and I have still never...

    So it's been several years and I have still never seen another 1980-D cent with a cud in this location. Have you?
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    How do you tell a proof reverse from a business...

    How do you tell a proof reverse from a business strike reverse?
    I am familiar with the Wide/Close AM on late 90's and newer cents, but have never heard of similar phenomenon on dimes.
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    Looks like PMD to me. Almost looks like someone...

    Looks like PMD to me. Almost looks like someone took a paper drill to it.
  5. Good Tips above, but you also need to remember...

    Good Tips above, but you also need to remember that the 40% silver coins are still a clad coin- 80/20 Ag/Cu outer layers bonded to a 20/80 Ag/Cu core.
    As will happen with many of the 40% Kennedy's,...
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    1980-D Lincoln Cent Shoulder Cud

    Some of you may have seen this on another forum so sorry for doubling up.
    I'm not sure if this type has been seen before, so I am curious if cents from this break are known.
    I found this in a bank...
  7. I agree- it looks like it lost the copper core...

    I agree- it looks like it lost the copper core and other clad layer.
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    The three doesn't look right. Looks more like a...

    The three doesn't look right. Looks more like a 1948.
    Can you post a larger, clearer picture?
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    PMD. Part of the rim is on top of the surface of...

    PMD. Part of the rim is on top of the surface of coin. If it were struck that way, it would be depressed into the surface of the coin.
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