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Re: 1936 question?

But you can verify the specimen strike by simply observing the coins, in the same way that you can verify any other specimen coin (look at it and form a conclusion by observation). Mint reports are so very often inaccurate in many different ways.

AussieBob, 6/18/2012
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1936 question? (cbu, 6/18/2012)
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      Re: 1936 question? (Jerry, 6/23/2012)
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      Re: 1936 question? (AussieBob, 6/25/2012)
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