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1962 D: I originally posted this in my introduction message, reposted here

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  • Frailer10
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    Thanks again Bob for always being ready to help and offer ways to dig a little deeper and learn something new.
    greg

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  • mustbebob
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    Thank you very much for the link. The die numbers that Ken uses on his for sale page is the Variety Vista number.
    After looking at that link, I can tell you for sure that your coin is NOT RPM-001. The look and mintmark position are incorrect for that variety.

    I am not convinced that your coin is an RPM because of the glare with the photo. I am adding the link for all 1962D RPMS listed by VV. You may want to check these and see if you can narrow it down.

    http://www.varietyvista.com/02b%20LC...Ms%201962D.htm

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  • Frailer10
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    Thanks Bob. Here is the link I found the Ken Potter posting. On this link it has a link to go back to his home page.
    -Greg

    https://koinpro.tripod.com › ErrorVarietyList.htm

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  • mustbebob
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    You are correct in that the date has machine doubling. As far as whether or not it is an RPM, I just can't tell. You said you thought it might be RPM from Ken Potter's listing? Could you give me a link to that listing? I know of Variety Vista, Coppercoins, and Wexler's listings only.

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  • Frailer10
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    This is my first posting.
    Here are pictures of a 1962 D penny with what I believe is an RPM. I was looking at Ken Potter's listing and this looks like one of the three varieties he listed: RPM #1 D/D east.
    The date looks like it may be machine doubling, right? I'm asking these questions to clarify these things for myself.
    Thanks for looking.
    Greg S20211002_001.jpeg S20211002_002.jpeg

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  • 1962 D: I originally posted this in my introduction message, reposted here

    This is my first posting.
    Here are pictures of a 1962 D penny with what I believe is an RPM. I was looking at Ken Potter's listing and this looks like one of the three varieties he listed: RPM #1 D/D east.
    The date looks like it may be machine doubling, right? I'm asking these questions to clarify these things for myself.
    Thanks for looking.
    Greg [ATTACH=CONFIG]n60542[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]n60543[/ATTACH] [ATTACH=CONFIG]n60544[/ATTACH]
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