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  • 1963 Proof Quarter

    Hi all so I pulled this 63D Quarter out of its original denver proof cello wrap I got it as a pair with 63 san fran proof set, i am attching images with arrows pointing to what i am seeing, T D looks like 3 steps the A is completly filled in and the one area looks to be so weak struck that it is almost smooted away, so am i seeing stuff like a dd am i looking for that like on the D or something else?
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    I see a normmal coin with some machine doubling on the mintmark. Nothing else.
    Jason Cuvelier

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    • #3
      So there should be more doubling as the mint marks are not done seperate right? like the steps in the U and the Q

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      • #4
        RPMs would show separation or split serifs - or both.
        Jason Cuvelier

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