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    Possible 1988D transitional?

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    Date: 1988
    Variety: Other
    Mint: Denver

    Hoping that this is what I think it is* but, would like to get some opinions.

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    * - '88D with '89 Reverse
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    Looks kike a good one. Can you get a tighter image of the FG?
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    Thanks,

    Sorry for pic quality -- Using a smart phone and 10x loupe [under LED lighting].

    Hopefully these are easier to see.
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    Looks good for an RDV-006, nice find !
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    Congrats!! Very nice find and good looking coin too!

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    Nice RDV-006.
    Did you find that in the wild?
    It looks like it just popped out of an OBW.

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    I'm not on board with this one. I'm probably wrong. Just my two cents.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrumpyEd View Post
    Thanks for the link Ed. I'm familiar with the sight and have personally found several of these over the past few years. My problem is with the lack of sufficient definition in the MM for my purpose. There are goose bumps all over this coin's surface, from what I can tell, including the MM area and possibly the MM itself that may be distorting it. Like I said, I'm probably wrong but to me the pictures are not 100% convincing.

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    Never mind. I suppose if I can't get it right in my response (MM v. designer's initials) I must be wrong.

 

 

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