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D. 1970s LD DDO red

As stated elsewhere on our site, most double dies are not worth much unless dramatic and high grade. The "red" designation is not given by grading companies unless in the 60-70 mint state range, which yours is not. Keep hunting!

D. 1887 silver dollar coin

You're off by a year. Lovely at $25!

D. 1887 silver dollar coin

We answered... it was an 1888, worth $25.

D. I have a194? Lincoln cent Wheat Penny with what appears to be a grease filled die error with the UST in trust missing and the last number of the year also missing when observed with the naked eye. . However when the image is enhanced the missing numbers appears to a 3. Making it a 1943 S Lincoln cent. See the (3) marked--- like so (3)

You're throwing around terms left and right. You have a non-43 copper cent with too much wear to reveal such an error or leave you with any value. Keep hunting! ADDENDUM: Richard, what you have proven is this: coin hunters will seek the opinion they want as avidly as hypochondriacs doctor-shop for the diagnosis they seek. The good folks at Heritage had it right And we're coming to spend the time they did telling you what you have. So now you have two coin experts trying to explain to you ho...

D. 1 1889 Morgan silver dollar no mint

= Philadelphia. Don't see a pic; likely $23 or so.

D. 1882 20 dollar coin

Likely a nonprecious replica of a double eagle that would be $2,000.

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