Estimated grade. Sold by David Akers Numsimatics, May '98.
David Hall: In mint state condition, and in Gem MS65 or better condition, the 1944-D is scarcer than the 1945-D and 1946-D, but not as scarce as the 1941-D, 1942-D, or 1943-D. The 1944-D is often found with fantastic white frosty luster. Strike is not usually a problem with this issue.
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