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1936 question?

Hector, Lafortune, Potter, Pittman...

Just to give a visual, as to the names of some-of-the-people ... said to be involved early-on with the 1936 dot story...

*** The words "dot story" when employed by myself ... pertains directly to the "1936 Pittman-style/type 1˘ & 10˘ with dots" and the accepted 25˘ with a dot, as a side-line interest ***

Question...

Where did the following information/statement come from that the coin-reference book of Haxby/Willey has on the 1936 dot subject?

"one of the dot cents was found in the Pyx box, a container where coins taken at random from production runs are reserved for assay"

dts...

cbu, 6/18/2012
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1936 question? (cbu, 6/18/2012)
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