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some findings at the Virginia Beach, VA show

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  • MintErrors
    The other 1960 small date proof Lincoln is a DDR, it exhibits the same features as DDR-008, but I will have to confirm. The Obverse is clean, no apparent DDO on the second 1960 small date proof.

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  • MintErrors
    started a topic some findings at the Virginia Beach, VA show

    some findings at the Virginia Beach, VA show

    The Virginia Beach show didn't offer a CONECA table, and I was strapped for space. I did look over a few coins for people, but there wasn't anything super exciting. The show was pretty decent for me on Saturday. Sunday was a typical slow day, so I got to walk around and purchase a few odds and ends. this show I bought a few proof sets (2) 1960 small date, (2) 1961, (2) 1962 and (1) 1963.

    I took them home and I searched through the 1960 small dates. I ended up getting this coin....


    Its a 1960 small date proof Lincoln cent with CONECA DDO 005 and CONECA DDR 008. That makes it an EDS coin. Its one that will be sent off to be slabbed by ANACS soon.