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    1972 P Rim Cud

    I found this 1972 P Rim Cud and submitted it to JC for listing. He added it to the data base and will get back to me after analysis. Good sign!!! What can I do?, they keep showing!!!

    Thanks for looking,
    Adrian

    Fri Sep 14 13-11-40.jpgFri Sep 14 13-14-57.jpgFri Sep 14 13-27-52.jpgFri Sep 14 13-37-34.jpg

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    Very nice find once again!! That's some really cool toning too!

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    JC listed it as CU-1c-1972-01 Rim Cud.

    here: http://cuds-on-coins.com/lincoln-cent-cuds-1970-1979/

    Thanks JC, Thanks Jon and thank you all for looking.
    Adrian
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    Nice listing Adrian, congrats!! Thanks JC!!

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    Congrats on another new listing... Need to call you the King of CUDS A fairly nice mis aligned obv die also... Notice how close IGWT is to the inside of the rim and IN GOD is actually pushed slightly into the rim... Notice how the areas of the letters at the rim look like they are outlined!!!
    Jim
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    A fairly nice mis aligned obv die also...
    71 and 72 were bumper crop years for those MADs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrumpyEd View Post
    71 and 72 were bumper crop years for those MADs.
    Those were some crazy years
    Jim
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