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F15 Attributes..
   A coin with moderate wear. Most details, except those on higher points, will show all major details.

obverse - All major details will be visible in the coat, hair. The basic outer shape of the ear will show, as will some of the detail inside the ear. Cheek and jaw worn nearly flat, but discernible. All lettering will be clear and distinct.

reverse - Most of the wheat line detail will be visible, but may lack clear distinction. Most of the wheat grain detail is visible. Memorial cents are rarely seen in this condition - Nearly half of the step detail should be distinct. Some of the columns may lack clear detail but will be rounded. The cornice will show at least basic detail all the way across, except on poorly struck examples. The bushes will be complete but may be lacking distinction.
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F15 first photo example

   notes for the first f15 graded cent
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   notes for the second f15 graded cent
F15 third photo example

   notes for the third f15 graded cent
 

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