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In looking at the $400,000 penny auctioned in 2012 the photograph seems to show a dot between the 3 and 6 in the date unless I am in error. Apparently the Standard Catalog of World Coins by Chester L. Krause, if he is to be believed, describes the dot as being positioned between the 9 and the 3 on the coin. Now, if the world famous penny has a dot between the 3 and the 6 as it seems to show in the picture of the famous coin, would this be a fraudulent coin or is Mr. Krause mistaken in his description of the position of the dot on the coin in his Catalog. I ask this because an "expert" told me the dot was between the 3 and the 6. Anyone......????

Assiginack, 2/18/2013
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