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    Quote Originally Posted by VAB2013 View Post
    So I learned something very valuable from Doc Dan on this RPM! I wasn't seeing the lower split serif on this RPM because circulation wear has smoothed it over, therefore I ruled out the very RPM that it was! Thank you very much Doc Dan!
    Glad I could help out! It's pretty fun to try one like this once in a while. Admittedly I prefer my Reds though!

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    Quote Originally Posted by centMD View Post
    Glad I could help out! It's pretty fun to try one like this once in a while. Admittedly I prefer my Reds though!
    Yes Sir... I prefer your reds too thank you again for all of your help Dan!

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    Nice find... 028 is spot on!!!


    Added - Does yours have the lite die crack on the forehead that VV shows http://varietyvista.com/02b%20LC%20R...960DRPM028.htm in Stage B??? If not yours should be a Stage A/EDS???
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    No Sir Jim, I could not see a die crack on Lincoln's forehead. It was really hard to even see the die cracks at the date. Thank you for looking and helping!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VAB2013 View Post
    No Sir Jim, I could not see a die crack on Lincoln's forehead. It was really hard to even see the die cracks at the date. Thank you for looking and helping!
    I thought those were die scratches at the date
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