Big V Talks ON US Coin Collecting: 1922 'Plain' Die Pairs Explained

Sunday, February 1, 2015

1922 'Plain' Die Pairs Explained

Coins that display little or no trace of the mintmark and reverse detail of equal or lesser strength than the obverse are typically from one of the three “Weak D” die pairs. Die Pair 1 may be identified by weakness in the second 2 in the date and heavy wear on the letters of E PLURIBUS UNUM. Most... Sign in to see full entry.

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