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Re: 1936 dot cent

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The picture provided is one example of several dot examples that I have found over the years...

Correct spot for the dot or not ... it is what I have found to be...

These 36 dot 1˘ types are business strike coins ... keeping in mind that only business strike coins were actually produced in the day (the reference source being the Mint Reports of the day)...

This business strike 36 dot 1˘ does exist in Mint State and Circulated States of preservation ... as do the more widely known 36 dot 10˘, where the dot placement is amongst the left-hand leaves...

cbu, 7/28/2011
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1936 dot cent (axeldog, 7/4/2011)
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