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Fortin 103. This coin is notable for extreme die rust on the obverse portrait. This must have been an early die state coin as the date and rock base are unusually heavily punched. Most are notable for date weakness from die lapping. The reverse is ro...

The 93-o has no known varieties. This coin is so incredibly prooflike that it would certainly deserve a "PL" if available.

With a mintage of only 720,000, the 94-o becomes a rarity in the Barber dime series. Even so, it is not nearly as difficult to locate as many in the Seated series.

Ex: Norweb. This coin has a pedigree dating back over a hundred years and most recently had been a part of the Bob Simpson collection.

O over horizontal O. There are currently no known survivors of this variety graded any higher than this. This coin is highly lustrous in hand and has vivid citrus and lavender toning.

Ex: Simpson. Breen 3545, "Microscopic O." Howard Rounds Newcomb was one of the pioneer students of minute die varieties among late 19th and early 20th century coinage. He is credited with discovering the first "overmintmark," the 1900-O/CC Dollar. Da...
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