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    Wheat needs confirmation please

    Just finished another bag, been pulling pretty good numbers out. Found the 1909 in my last one, and this one yielded another 24, including these:
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    2nd 1922D

    And this one...bit hard to read, tried to get the light just right on it, but think it may just be a big one:
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    Looks like 1914 to me, and looks like a D. Even if its an S, still happy to find it. Anyone else see that or something else?

    Happy hunting everyone!

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    Wood Butcher

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    nice bunch of coins.
    Really hard to tell on that 1914?-D?
    That '22 might be a weak D and is that last coin broken?
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    steve andermatt

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    Quote Originally Posted by PetesPockets55 View Post
    nice bunch of coins.
    Really hard to tell on that 1914?-D?
    That '22 might be a weak D and is that last coin broken?
    Nope that is OP's finger on coin.
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    back of the boat

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    Coincrazed

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    That's a 1910-D, Rosco.

    ^WRONG^
    Last edited by Coincrazed; Jan 29, 2019 at 02:44 AM.
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    Can you get close-ups of the shoulder of Lincoln? A 1914-D will not have a VDB on the shoulder. But tbh, it looks too worn to even tell.
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    I'd guess "D".
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    Impossible to tell. Could be a 16D.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Coincrazed View Post
    Can you get close-ups of the shoulder of Lincoln? A 1914-D will not have a VDB on the shoulder. But tbh, it looks too worn to even tell.
    This is the best pic I could get of the shoulder:
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    I don't think its a 1910 though, got a lil better pic of the date:
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    This is why I think it could be 1914
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    Last edited by Rosco53; Jan 27, 2019 at 06:20 PM. Reason: had the wrong pic, no idea why its still attached, but enjoy a 1918D apparently...

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    Just my opinion which doesn’t mean much, last picture on the left looks like a 1918 D Either way some really nice finds!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Back-of-the-boat View Post
    Nope that is OP's finger on coin.
    LOL Sheesh.

    Thanks, I see his fingerprints now that you point it out.
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    I was leaning towards 1918D also because they wore the dies down to nubs producing coins after WW1. Even New coins out of the mint looked like they had extreme circulation wear. But something about the shape of the last number lined up with the bottoms of the other numbers made me wonder.

    Compare the MM location to one of these 5. So few were produced these are the known die pairs.
    Hope this helps.

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    EDIT:
    Sorry, after reviewing, the MM on your coin doesn't line up in any of the 5 known die pairs.
    Last edited by PetesPockets55; Jan 27, 2019 at 07:38 PM.
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    1918D. My H.O.
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    Coincrazed. Denver didn't mint 1910 cents. 1910s and 1910 from philly and that's it.

    I'm going with 1918d.

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    Quote Originally Posted by PetesPockets55 View Post
    I was leaning towards 1918D also because they wore the dies down to nubs producing coins after WW1. Even New coins out of the mint looked like they had extreme circulation wear. But something about the shape of the last number lined up with the bottoms of the other numbers made me wonder.

    Compare the MM location to one of these 5. So few were produced these are the known die pairs.
    Hope this helps.

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    EDIT:
    Sorry, after reviewing, the MM on your coin doesn't line up in any of the 5 known die pairs.
    Appreciate the help there! Also, long as we all agree the first 3 numbers are 191, I'm happy just to have another 100yo coin!

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    Quote Originally Posted by xr7ator View Post
    Coincrazed. Denver didn't mint 1910 cents. 1910s and 1910 from philly and that's it.

    I'm going with 1918d.
    Good catch, and thanks for the correction! :P That's what happens when I venture out of my denomination! I need to brush up on cents..... :S
    Last edited by Coincrazed; Jan 29, 2019 at 02:17 AM.
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