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1971-D 5C RPM#1 looks MDS

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  • 1971-D 5C RPM#1 looks MDS

    Hello all,
    I'm looking for someone who has a copy of 1971-D 5C RPM#1. The question is: Does your coin have the marker's in front of the vest as photographed by Mr.Wexler? If the coin does have the die scratches - does your coin also have REV - Die gouge center bar of E between EN of Cents and Die gouge dot at the tip of the S like illustrated 1971DRPM001b01.jpg 1971DRPM001b02.jpg 1971DRPM001b04.jpg 1971DRPM001b03.jpg in my photo's? This gives me a link between the die states. Thanks Eric

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    I do not have one of these so I cannot help.
    Jason Cuvelier

    CONECA
    Lead attributer

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