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Comparison Photos of 1928-M USA-Philippines Twenty Centavos Mule (Muled with Five Centavos Reverse Die) and Regular 1907 -- 1929 Twenty Centavos Reverse Die by JAA USA/Philippines Collection

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For background on the 1928-M USA-Philippines Twenty Centavos Mule see my previous Journal entry "Those Amazing Mules: A Tale of Two Mules" at: http://coins.www.collectors-society.com/JournalDetail.aspx?JournalEntryID=12142


The coin on the left side of the attached photo, a 1929-M Twenty Centavos, represents the regular 1907 -- 1929 reverse die. The regular Twenty Centavos reverse die has a broader shield and smaller date than the 1928-M Mule.


The coin on the right is a 1928-M Twenty Centavos Mule. Note the narrower shield and larger date.



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