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    1952 Little Winged in D

    I read as much as I could find regarding winged
    “S” & “D”s and beleive this is a winged D.
    I appreciate your support and welcome any and all replies , Thank you!859D70C0-8267-4F38-A0D7-B83E2947B097.jpgAE143D54-F870-42EF-9681-A4C18635B09B.jpg859D70C0-8267-4F38-A0D7-B83E2947B097.jpg
    Last edited by Faseddie1; 5 Days Ago at 10:36 AM. Reason: Please disregard additional duplicate photos was having trouble on my cell phone.

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    That's a really nice example. I don't think I've seen the die chip that big before.
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    That's really cool looking!! Can you get a closeup of the mm?

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    796E482E-0BBC-474F-9F30-D371B190F353.jpgACB2AC6B-BA9C-4C67-B9C5-A10202056C87.jpg In response to providing closeups ,How are these two photos ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Faseddie1 View Post
    796E482E-0BBC-474F-9F30-D371B190F353.jpgACB2AC6B-BA9C-4C67-B9C5-A10202056C87.jpg In response to providing closeups ,How are these two photos ?
    Thanks!! I still can't tell. It may be Winged D but looks like a LAM or PSD.

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    You can try to take the picture using an external angled light. That makes it easier to observe the anomaly in most cases.

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    Cool... It does look like a Winged D??? Can you get a closeup of the date/MM only??? That would make it a little easier to tell!!!
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    (A.K.A. Elmer Fudd) Be verwy verwy quiet... I'm hunting coins!!! Good Hunting!!!

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