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1974 D 25c

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  • 1974 D 25c

    ...if I didn’t see 74s quarters, I would never know that Washington supposed to have a eye lashes....Bob, is something wrong with a mottos or molecules are still trying to settle down after punch...

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  • #2
    I don't quite know what you are asking, but without being a metallurgist, I wouldn't think anything "settles down' after it is punched or struck, or at least if anything changes. As far as eye lashes, I don't know if I have ever noticed them, or even tried to see them. I do know that earlier die state coins and earlier strikes are more apt to show greater design details than those struck later in the process.
    Bob Piazza
    Lincoln Cent Attributer


    • #3
      Maybe a micro photo of the eye would answer the question. But the eye alone on a Washington usual does not show indications of an error or variety.
      Jason Cuvelier

      Lead attributer