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numismasterpr wrote at 2010-11-29 17:25:41
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John wrote at 2011-09-19 05:11:18
I noted the previous writer said you could spend all of your circulated 1990 cents however I would be checking them for doubling such as the date and America before you spend them. I have found one with the date doubled and one with America doubled do not know if they are worth anything for these errors are not listed


u knowwwwww! wrote at 2013-12-29 12:24:21
I believe I just found one. Took a long time researching it but im about to ship that mug off to the NGC!!!!!! $$$$$$


u knowwwwww! wrote at 2013-12-29 12:30:41
I believe I just found one. Took a long time researching it but im about to ship that mug off to the NGC!!!!!! $$$$$$


Brian Friedman wrote at 2014-12-30 15:45:40
I am confused. Your answer states that All 1990 proof sets were manufactured in San Francisco, then why do I have a 1990 Proof Set with a "D" from Denver, and one from Philidelphia with no initial under the date?




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Charles D Daughtrey

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Small type U.S. coinage, die varieties, doubled dies, repunched mintmarks, and some limited error knowledge. I specialize in Lincoln cents, and know Jefferson Nickels, Roosevelt dimes, and Washington quarters reasonably well. I do not know anything about foreign coins, tokens, medals. Please DO NOT submit questions about coins other than U.S. coins - I will not be able to help with any other subject.

Experience

30 years working with Lincoln cents. I have written articles for various trade journals and periodicals, authored two books on the subject, and authored/developed www.coppercoins.com

Organizations
American Numismatic Association, Numismatic Literary Guild, numerous local coin clubs.

Publications
Looking Through Lincoln Cents, author. Numismatic News, Coin World, Errorscope, CoinAge magazine.

Education/Credentials
American Numismatic Association Instructor

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confidential.

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