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    Intermediary stages?

    I have a 1961d RPM001 that is somewhere around stage B or C and I'd like to know if it is possible to be early stage C or late stage B? In other words, are stages sub-divided?

    Stage B has no chips on columns and Stage C shows chips on both.


    My coin has the die chip on column 12 but, I do not see a chip on column 1.


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    Yes there can be intermediary Stages... Will you be posting pics for us???
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfines69 View Post
    Yes there can be intermediary Stages... Will you be posting pics for us???
    Yes, I can try to get some pics however it is a very shiny coin in a flip -- I may have to wait for the next day with good natural light.

    It is a coin that I purchased, not found.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TPring View Post
    Yes, I can try to get some pics however it is a very shiny coin in a flip -- I may have to wait for the next day with good natural light.

    It is a coin that I purchased, not found.
    Cool... Hopefully you will be able to show us what you got... Sounds like you are in for a rough day of pics!!!
    Jim
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