1923-P Over Polished

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colwillys
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1923-P Over Polished

Post by colwillys » Mon Apr 18, 2022 8:32 pm

Looking for some help on this 1923-P .. It is over polished OBV Liberty and Fields all over
the whole coin . pitted rays polished smooth but rust chips still stand out . The REV has
die file lines all over the place . NO clashing . Very nice MS coin . Maybe a new one for
our Dr.
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davidkclose
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Re: 1923-P Over Polished

Post by davidkclose » Sun Apr 24, 2022 8:11 pm

I have seen quite a few "file lines" varieties in 1922 & 1923. Given that there are so many, and some of these are a die state of other varieties, I would want to hold off on listing any for now.
I don't want to see these become as some of the "scribble lines" varieties in Morgans, being a huge number & difficult to attribute. At some point later I would reconsider this position.

RogerB
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Re: 1923-P Over Polished

Post by RogerB » Fri Apr 29, 2022 1:48 pm

The fine lines occur during minor die repair and resurfacing. This can happen over the full raised die surface (the table) or in small areas. It is likely a "bottomless pit" to try to record/describe these things, as previous poster indicated.

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