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1963 Washington quarter FS-101?

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  • 1963 Washington quarter FS-101?

    I have done a little research on this 1963 quarter so that I learn something about DDs. I located the coin on Wexler's site and then looked through 30 different possibilities only to find out it was the first one (I think). My coin is a little different but I believe it is a FS-101.
    First off I believe my quarter is an UNC PL. All the marks match except for mine doesn't have the the die crack at base of the bust or the upper hair crack. I'm not quite sure at what stage that makes mine? I would post more pics but I can only post 8.
    Feedback please it's my first post!
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  • #2
    Wow, beautiful DDO. I can definitely see doubling, especially on the TR in trust and the 9 in the date. The fact that your coin is missing the die crack could mean that you coin is an earlier die stage, before the crack developed.


    • #3
      Definitely FS-101, and without the die cracks suggests earlier strike. Sweet coin.