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
E-W die scratches have faded but are still visible. Die scratches running E-W (1) is still seen by face on left side of coin, but new scratches (2) running NE-SW above the date. Fading die scratches inside WE and TR of TRUST with a longer scratch below T of TRUST and two below the R. A die gouge shows between the VDB and rim.
Reverse
A medium die chip on right side of the crossbar on T of CENT with a couple of larger light die scratches touching the T. A long light die scratch from left leg of N on ONE to E of CENT. Reverse is MDS.
LDS markers
Obverse
Die damage can be seen in front of the forehead. A die crack runs north from behind the ear to the top of the head. A die scratch can be seen at the lower right front of the jacket.
Reverse
Die chips can be found on both the vertical and horizontal bars of the T in CENT. A die scratch extends NE from the E in EPU. A die dot can be found on the lower curve of the D in United.
Value Information
  F...................1.00
  VF..................2.00
  EF..................4.00
  AU..................6.50
  UNC.................8.00
  MS63................11.00
  MS65................14.00
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1958D-1MM-003
| D/D WEST (LDS)
CONECA: RPM-003  |  Crawford:UNKNOWN
Wexler: WRPM-023  |  FS#:UNLISTED
coin photographed is credited to Joe McBride.
20191008

A portion of the secondary mintmark can be seen inside the primary mintmark.












 

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