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03 Aug 2022

Seeing if I'm seeing things

Coins | user_39492

Hi all, hope all is well with the community and just thought I would ask for some help with my eyes. Getting older, but better I was going through my Kennedy Half Dollars and I ran across this 1969-D and some features caught my eye. Now needless to say they produced almost 130 million silver clad JFK'S for circulation that year so it's not a rare coin, but I noticed on the reverse D/D. Now I'm not for sure if it is, but I would like this wonderful community to help this old young guy out. Thanks again for your help and enjoy your day.

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Kepi

Level 6

Can't really tell... But you have lots of good advice here! ; )

user_39492

Level 3

Thought I would add 3 more photos today of the 1969-D JFK for all to see before I send it off, thanks everyone for the info.

Longstrider

Level 6

Can't tell.

CheerioCoins

Level 5

That may be a D/D, I can't tell because of the photo. Good find though!

Long Beard

Level 5

Now this I relate to. Had to invest in a 10x magnifier with a light no less. Good grief.

user_39492

Level 3

That's kind of crazy because I had to purchase one as well and it's the best investment I feel I've made in a while.

AC coin$

Level 6

I believe you might have a nice oddity in that coin, however, as suggested check it up the available error expertise sites. Good luck, never give up.

user_39492

Level 3

Thanks, I'm going through all my JFK's just for the thrill of looking for errors, this is so fun!!!

Mike

Level 7

Were about do you see the DD. Lets us know. You might have something there. The cherry pickers guide is a great book for errors. Get book two it deals with higher coinage

user_39492

Level 3

Thanks for the info about the Cherry picker's pocket guide,a nice book to purchase.

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