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A "replacement"?



Not exactly, but there are just as few of these as there are of the 1968 D I sent back.

I have had my eye on this coin for a while also and because I got my money back on the 1968 D I pulled the trigger on this one. It is a pop 16 coin and the net points I received for it are almost identical (1239 for this one and 1258 for the 1968 D).

Feast your eyes on this one. Lincoln's face almost looks like it should be on one of the early 80's coins with all the bubbling in the surface but it is on this one. It has some visible marks on Lincoln's shoulders also but I think within an MS67RD tolerance.

Ironically, this one even has the same color toning as the 1968 D did but only in one spot, midway on Lincoln's shoulder and not nearly as distracting as on that ugly 68. Not anywhere near to calling this one RB.

Hear she is as she arrived two days ago and is now listed in my set, photo and all.

Enjoy, and thanks for viewing the set.



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