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Re: Doing Research on this topic

The accepted dot is between and below the 9 and the 3, virtually equidistant from each digit. Any other 1936 dots claimed by their owners to be of immense value, anywhere else on the coin, are from damaged dies, (such as die chips) and are for the most part irrelevant when the conversation is about the 1936 dot cent.

carpman, 2/19/2013
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