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    Found this retained cud this morning while searching customer rolls from my bank.

    I brought a box of donuts to my bank on Friday for the tellers and was rewarded with 82 customer rolls. I found this 1940-S this morning while searching them. I haven't got a chance to see if it is listed yet.
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    Nice return on the donuts already!! Very nice looking CUD too! What's up with the zero, just a hit?

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    Quote Originally Posted by makecents View Post
    Nice return on the donuts already!! Very nice looking CUD too! What's up with the zero, just a hit?
    I really don't know what would cause that. If it is a hit, it's minute.

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    That's a nice retained cud, Congrats! A little sweetness goes a long way, 82 CWR's is great!

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    Nice surprise.
    Is that a lamination on the obv. & rev. as well, through the lapel and E T of ONE CENT or PSD?
    They look similar in shape and texture.
    And another crack starting at the base of the left wheat stalk?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Petespockets55 View Post
    Nice surprise.
    Is that a lamination on the obv. & rev. as well, through the lapel and E T of ONE CENT or PSD?
    They look similar in shape and texture.
    And another crack starting at the base of the left wheat stalk?
    I do not see a lamination so it's probably PSD. There appears to be a crack starting on the left stalk base.

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    Neat. Thanks for the follow up.
    The beginnings of another retained cud.

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    Nice find... Did a quick look and 18R looks really close to yours http://cuds-on-coins.com/lincoln-cen...ed-cuds-1940s/ Not sure tho as I can not tell if the MM location matches???
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    (A.K.A. Elmer Fudd) Be verwy verwy quiet... I'm hunting coins!!! Good Hunting!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jfines69 View Post
    Nice find... Did a quick look and 18R looks really close to yours http://cuds-on-coins.com/lincoln-cen...ed-cuds-1940s/ Not sure tho as I can not tell if the MM location matches???
    I also took a look and came up with the same one as the closest. Thanks for you time.

 

 

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