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1938-D 5¢ WOMM-001

Description:  D/D/D/S.  The two secondary D punches are south of the primary D.  The upper curve of the S is seen above the primary D  The diagonal curve of the S is seen inside the primary D.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  None significant.  Reverse:  None significant.

Submitted By:  Lloyd Hanson

Cross References:  CONECA: OMM #1, Cherrypickers: FS-05-1938D-511 (020.5)




1938-D 5¢ WOMM-002

Description:  D/S.  The diagonal curve of the S is seen inside the D while the top left curve of the S can be seen just below the upper serif of the D.  A small part of the upper serif of the S bulges from the top right of the D.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  None significant.  Reverse:  A strong die scratch runs from the 2nd S in STATES through the lower part of the dot to the O in OF.

Submitted By:  Lloyd Hanson

Cross References:  CONECA: OMM #2, Cherrypickers: FS-05-1938D-512




1938-D 5¢ WOMM-003

Description:  D/S.  The diagonal curve of the S is seen inside the D while the bottom of the S is seen just below the D.

Die Markers:  Obverse:  None significant.  Reverse:  The reverse of this variety is also a doubled die that is listed in the Wexler Doubled Die Files as 1938-D 5¢ WDDR-001.  A close Class II spread can be seen on the letters of EPU while light Class VI extra thickness shows on USA and FIVE CENTS.

Submitted By:  Lloyd Hanson

Cross References:  CONECA: OMM #3, Cherrypickers: FS-05-1938D-513






1938-D 5¢ WOMM-004

Description:  D/S Southeast

Die Markers:  Obverse Stage A: E/W die scratches above the date.  Obverse Stage B: Weak circular lathe scratches near the upper back of the head at 11:00 area.  This scratch is probably present and stronger on the Stage A specimens.  Reverse Stage A: NNE/SSW die scratch center of the lower opening of the E of FIVE.  NE die scratches from the inside of the C in CENTS.  Die gouge in the field below the left side of the E in CENTS.  Reverse Stage B: Scratch at the E of FIVE still present.  Other Stage A markers are weaker.  Secondary mint mark is weaker and omitting the strong details of the “S” mint mark.

Submitted By:  Bill Wilson

Cross References:  CONECA: RPM #8

Comments:  This variety was originally listed as WOMM-006.  It was reassigned when it was determined that WOMM-004 and WOMM-005 were not actually OMM varieties.