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    Final 46-D DDO in the "set aside for later" pile

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    Variety: DDO
    Mint: Denver

    OK, I think this is the last 46-D DDO I found in the pile. This one is much stronger than the last one, especially on the base of the 4, but it does not match any of my others or anything I see listed.

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    Ray, I don't know if I'm missing something or not but the very first listing I looked at looks spot on. I studied it for 10 minutes because I didn't think it could be that easy. The mm is in the right location and I can see matching file lines and die chips too. Check out cc's 001.

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    I don't know why I discounted 1DO-001, but looking again at the markers, I see it is a match! I think it's YOU who are on a roll here. Thanks!
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    Ray, I'll be honest, attributing with your photographs is easier than me having them in hand. Your pics are great!! One of these days I learn how to attribute mine!

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    I usually will look through a scope to see if I can make a quick/obvious attribution, but if it's hard to tell, or if I can't find anything close, I photograph the coin to help with further efforts.
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    Another nice on Ray and well done Jon.
    Ray is right, you are on a roll.

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