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
A die chip in the 5 with a crack extending to the top of the mint mark, less severe then LDS example. Die cracks on the 9. A large, large die crack in the hair. Reverse is MLDS
Reverse
Two small die gouges E of T in CENT. No die crack in the right wheat ear as shown in LDS. A die break runs from the second U in Pluribus to the top of the E in ONE.
LDS markers
Obverse
A die chip in the 5 with a crack extending to the top of the mint mark. Die cracks on the 9. A large, retained die break in the hair.
Reverse
A small die crack in the right wheat ear. A die break runs from the second U in Pluribus to the top of the E in ONE.
Value Information
  F...................1.00
  VF..................1.25
  EF..................2.00
  AU..................3.50
  UNC.................5.75
  MS63................8.50
  MS65................16.00
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1954S-1MM-017
| D/D EAST (MDS)
CONECA: UNKNOWN  |  Crawford:UNKNOWN
Wexler: UNKNOWN  |  FS#:UNKNOWN
coin photographed is credited to John Brandon Bowe.


A light spread to the east can be seen on the upper serif and the lower curve of the mint mark.






 

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