EDS markers
Obverse
Markers for this die state are not yet known.
Reverse
Markers for this die state are not yet known.
MDS markers
Obverse
The mintmark has a clockwise tilt, and shows a very minor split lower serif. die crack extending over forehead A short horizontal die scratch in the field above the 94 of the date. Obverse is MDS.
Reverse
A heavy die scratch between the E and P and the P and L of E PLURIBUS.
LDS markers
Obverse
The mintmark has a clockwise tiltand shows a very minor split lower serif. Obverse is LDS.
Reverse
A heavy die scratch between the rim and E PLURIBUS.
Value Information
  F...................3.00
  VF..................5.00
  EF..................7.00
  AU..................9.00
  UNC.................11.00
  MS63................15.00
  MS65................20.00
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1944D-1DR-004
| CLASS 4 (MDS)
CONECA: DDR-006  |  Crawford:UNKNOWN
Wexler: WDDR-001  |  FS#:UNKNOWN
coin photographed is credited to Charles Daughtrey.


A strong spread to the north of the C and E of CENT. A spread is also visible on the left leg of the N of ONE. NOTE: The mint mark on finer examples shows a very minor split lower serif. We have determined that this RPM is too minor to list here.










 

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