EDS markers
Obverse
Generally N/S die scratches throughout the obverse. Reverse is EDS
Reverse
Very light E/W die polish marks through E PLURIBUS UNUM. E/W die scratches through upper E in CENT
MDS markers
Obverse
Die scratches flow mainly in a N-S direction with a few at other angles. Longer die scratches west of 1 that almost touch the jaw. One shorter scratch south of the upper lip. Die scratches N-S heavy, but fading through LIBERTY. Die scratches show on underside of lapel and on the east side of lapel. The deeper part of die, the higher part of the lapel is not affected.
Reverse
Die scratches flow in various directions. Die scratches through ES on STATES flowing NW-SE and E-W. Die scratches between letters in PLURIBUS and one above on the IBU. Reverse is MDS.
LDS markers
Obverse
Markers for this die state are not yet known.
Reverse
Markers for this die state are not yet known.
Value Information
  F...................1.00
  VF..................1.50
  EF..................2.00
  AU..................2.75
  UNC.................3.75
  MS63................4.50
  MS65................5.50
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1960D-1MM-022
| D/D EAST (MDS)
CONECA: RPM-022  |  Crawford:UNKNOWN
Wexler: WRPM-106  |  FS#:UNLISTED
coin photographed is credited to Richard Cooper.


Large date. This variety shows as a small and minor hook curving upward off the lower east area of the primary mintmark.







 

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