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The E-Sylum:  Volume 11, Number 1, January 6, 2008, Article 16

ON THE 1922 "NO D" LINCOLN CENT VARIETIES

Last week Mike Marotta mentioned Chuck Daughtrey's assertion
that the 1922 "No D" Lincoln Cent varieties "are all due to a
grease-filled die, not some complicated restoration of a
damaged die..."

Tom DeLorey, former Senior Authenticator of the American
Numismatic Association writes: "Two of the 1922 'No D' cent
varieties are indeed caused by grease filling the mint mark
in the die, but the third (Die Variety 2) was most definitely
caused by the overenthusiastic polishing down of a damaged die."

  Wayne Homren, Editor

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