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Identify The Coin Contest #011

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Identify The Coin contest #011

Grand Prize #1 (1 available): 1881-S Morgan Dollar PCGS graded MS65

57-0061-1-500



Grand Prize #2 (1 available): Toned 1921-D and 1921-S
50+ year Whitman Album toned Morgan Dollars

57-0019-1-R-50057-0018-1-R-500



Secondary Prize (8available): 1996 $20 Federal Reserve Star Note

20-Star-500

Contest #011 ends: 12-11-2022 @ 11:59PM

Contest Rules:
   A) To win an Identify The Coin Contest you must accurately identify the coin (type and denomination), any applicable variety (by recognized technical identification. Not just "it's a Doubled Die" or "it's an RPM") or error (by recognized technical identification), the numerical grade and designation (red-brown, Deep Cameo, Full Bands, etc.).
   B) Multiple answers are allowed but only your last one will count.
   C) Winners are the correct answers in chronological order during the time the contest is active.
   D) Winners of Identify The Coin Contests will acquire a winners trophy next to their user name for each time they win.
   E) One winner per household per contest.
   F) If there's no Grand Prize winner in an Identify The Coin Contest the prizes from that contest will carry over and be added to the prizes for the next contest. Carry overs will continue until there's either a Grand Prize winner or until the Cash Prize Drawing.
   G) Every Grand Prize and Secondary Prize winner will receive one entry into the Cash Prize Drawing for each Identify The Coin Contest win they've acquired since the previous Cash Prize Drawing.
   H) Cash Prize Drawings are conducted after each 6 Identify The Coin Contests.
   I) Identify The Coin Contests are conducted in groups of 6. After the conclusion of the Cash Prize Drawing the win trophies are cleared and a new set of Identify The Coin Contests begin.
   


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From User Elyons on 12/5/2022 2:32:45 PM

1952 D/S Lincoln Cent OMM FS-511(021.6) MS64RB
From User Ross117 on 12/4/2022 4:27:01 PM

1952 D/S Lincoln Cent OMM FS-511(021.6), MS63RB
Haha had to change my answer.

From User Ross117 on 12/4/2022 4:26:02 PM

1952 D/S Lincoln Cent OMM FS-511(021.6), MS64RB

PS: Sorry about not sending a check for the PCGS boxes yet, I was out of town for a bit and didn't have a chance. Thanks a lot, I'll send it out in a day or two!


Response by : Ross117,

You're very welcome for the PCGS boxes! Thank you for the note about the shipping. We appreciate you!

E. J. & May
From User jsmwrench on 12/4/2022 7:14:27 AM

1952 D/S Lincoln Cent OMM FS-511(021.6), MS64RD

This was another tough one for me too. I was leaning toward calling this a red-brown coin, but after looking at the PCGS website and seeing that there weren't any red-brown coins graded within it's population, I had to call it red.

I was also thinking it was closer to a 63, but the example PCGS had of a 64 looks very similar to this one.

Thank you again for the contest, E.J. and May! And thank you again for sponsoring this one Mr. Lepage!


Response by : jsmwrench,

Thank you for the kind words! :o) We appreciate you.

You give a great tip to other collectors on investigating coins....look at the databases!

That said you're mistaking about the populations at PCGS. I suspect you didn't expand (click the + next to the date/designation) the column in the PCGS database to see the pops in RB. If you do you'll see there are 16 graded examples in RB; 4 in 62, 5 in 63, 3 in 64 and 4 in 65.

Hope this helps all here!

E. J.
From User LizVicious on 12/3/2022 11:34:55 PM

Lincoln Wheat cent
1952 d/s 1c ms 63 red-brown
omm-1 fs511 (021.6)
Scratched

From User LizVicious on 12/3/2022 11:29:16 PM

ANACS 1952-D/S 1C MS63 RB Fs511 OMM-1
Damaged

From User dluftig on 12/3/2022 12:22:27 PM

1952 D/S Lincoln FS#1C 021.6 (MS-63 Red)
From User Scott Lepage on 12/2/2022 8:19:47 PM

*Repost
Lincoln Wheat Cent
MS 64 RED
1952-D/S 1C
FD-511 *(New Number)
FS-021.6 *(Old Number)
OMM - 1
Let’s get educated chapter 11.
* Special acknowledgment to Michael, Chad for the work we don’t hear about that helps bring success for all members. Especially grateful for the generosity that E.J. & May have extended to all the members. Never doubt the difference you make.

From User NorCalJack on 12/2/2022 1:51:29 PM

1952 D/S 1C OMM FS-511 (021.6), MS-64 RB

I don't collect pennies but learned something today.

Thanks for the opportunity!

From User johnkolbeck64 on 12/2/2022 12:40:22 PM

1952-D/S OMM FS-511 (021.6) MS63 RB
From User CC1955 on 12/2/2022 12:29:32 PM

1952-D/S 1C OMM FS-511 (021.6) PCGS MS64RD. The defect on the second A in America looks to be a contact mark and not a die defect.
From User Kcollins84 on 12/2/2022 9:29:16 AM

1952-D/S Lincoln 1c OMM FS-511 (021.6) MS64RD
From User JCoates1987 on 12/2/2022 8:17:20 AM

1952-D/S OMM Lincoln Wheat cent FS-511 (021.6) MS-65RB
From User Scott Lepage on 12/1/2022 9:22:36 PM

Lincoln Wheat Cent
MS 64 RED
1952-D/S 1C
FS-021.6
OMM - 1
Let’s get educated chapter 11.
* Special acknowledgment to Michael, Chad for the work we don’t hear about that helps bring success for all members. Especially grateful for the generosity that E.J. & May have extended to all the members. Never doubt the difference you make.

From User yellow1053 on 12/1/2022 6:02:46 PM

1952-D/S 1C PCGS MS65RD OMM FS-511 (FS-021.6)
From User liefgold on 12/1/2022 4:48:09 PM

1952-D/S OMM Lincoln Wheat cent FS-511 (021.6) MS63RD
From User Lyle on 12/1/2022 2:57:10 PM

1952-D/S OMM Lincoln Wheat cent FS-511 (021.6) MS-62RB
From User thatcoincollector on 12/1/2022 2:47:59 PM

1952-D/S 1C OMM FS-511 MS64RB
From User JS Collectibles on 12/1/2022 12:39:45 PM

1952-D/S Lincoln Cent MS65 RD FS-511
From User Walking1946 on 12/1/2022 10:42:02 AM

1952-D/S 1C OMM FS-511 (021.6) PCGS MS64RD
From User waisaacs on 12/1/2022 9:15:19 AM


1952-D/S 1C OMM FS-511 (021.6) MS64RB (Regular Strike)

Just updated to match PCGS format description from their coin facts for this coin.

From User waisaacs on 12/1/2022 8:32:07 AM

1952-D/S 1C PCGS MS64RB OMM FS-511 (FS-021.6)

Getting a guess in, admittedly piggybacking on others opinions, but will keep looking carefully. Wondering if the die problem with the A on the reverse is a diagnostic marker for something.


Response by : waisaacs,

Paying attention to other answers and then investigating is one of the greatest ways to learn! Bravo!

There are 3 A's on the reverse but I expect you mean the second A in AMERICA. Yes...that's a diagnostic mark....it's evidence that this coin had an impact with a foreign object! :o) Kidding aside, that's not a die issue but a contact mark. If you look really closely you can see evidence of the metal being pushed out of the small gouge.

The ability to see this detail is one of the beauties of the Accurate View Video™.

Nice job paying attention to details!

E. J.
From User LostMainer on 12/1/2022 8:13:55 AM

1952 D/S 1-C OMM FS-511 (021.6) PCGS MS64RD
From User custolucis on 12/1/2022 8:04:36 AM

Wow, these are tough. I have seen this variety mislabeled as FS-501 by PCGS and there seems to be no consistency in how they are designated on the labels by TPGs which makes this a guessing game. However, I will go with the correct attribution number and hope that my guess is what the label verbiage reflects.

1952-D/S 1C PCGS MS63RB OMM FS-511 (FS-021.6)


Response by : custolucis,

I've not seen this variety mislabeled as you have. However everyone makes mistakes so certainly it could happen!

I'll never post a mis-attributed variety or error in the Identify The Coin Contest. So as long as you post what you believe to be the correct attribution according to what you see in the Accurate View Video™ you can't go wrong.

E. J.
From User gman234567 on 12/1/2022 7:30:35 AM

1952-D 1¢ WRPM-001 MS-63 RED
From User Starlet on 12/1/2022 12:03:28 AM

1952-D Lincoln Cent D over S FS#511 MS62RB


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