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    1939 DDR-001 (5¢ Jefferson)

    I have been on the hunt for a better example of this classic class IV Jefferson DDR and this is it. I'd agree the partial regional hubbing suggests it was tilted (class VII) as well.

    I'll share a nice example of DDR-002 (FS-802) tomorrow...

    You're welcome to guess the grade.

    1939 DDR-001 FS-801






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    I would say MS-60 at least, talk about seeing double, these are nice big beautiful clear doubled letters, a well struck double die. Wish I had one. very, very nice coin, thanks for sharing............Dan

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    Nice coin. Grading Jeffs isn't my thing, but MS64.
    “What can be asserted without evidence can also be dismissed without evidence.”

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    I would say at least MS65 but wonder if the green spot and black spot on the obverse kept it Unc details?

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    Very impressive doubling on that Jefferson reverse! Congrats on a great find!

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    Excellent DDR... High AU due to the nicks/dings and some details being worn off in the hair and on the building???
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    AU58. old ANACS holder...



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    Cool... I could work for ANACS NOT Thanks for the follow up Jason!!!
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    Wonder if ANACS was trying to be the collectors choice for slabs?

 

 

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