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1950-D 25¢ WOMM-001

Description:  D/S North

Die Markers:  Obverse:  None visible.  Circulated specimen was examined.  Reverse:  None visible.  Circulated specimen was examined.

Submitted By:  Unknown

Cross References:  CONECA: OMM #1, Cherrypickers: FS-25-1950D-601 (021), Breen: #4354

Comments:  I would welcome the opportunity to examine and photograph a higher grade specimen of this variety.




1950-S 25¢ WOMM-001

Description:  S/D Centered

Die Markers:  Obverse:  None visible.  Circulated specimen was examined.  Reverse:  None visible.  Circulated specimen was examined.

Submitted By:  Unknown

Cross References:  CONECA: OMM #1, Cherrypickers: FS-25-1950S-601 (022), Breen: #4351

Comments:  I would welcome the opportunity to photograph a higher grade specimen of this variety.




1953-D 25¢ WOMM-001

Description:  D/D/D West, West, and S North

Die Markers:  Obverse Stage A: Die crack E/W across the head.  Light die crack on the front of the bust.  Obverse Stage B:  Die crack extends into the field on both sides.  Reverse Stage A: Light die crack on the contour of the left-side wing along the N in UNITED.  Light die crack at the left-side wing tip.  Reverse Stage B: None recorded.

Submitted By:  Stage A: John Bordner, Stage B: Ken Potter

Cross References:  CONECA: OMM #1, Cherrypickers: FS-25-1953D-601 (022.3), Breen: #4367

Comments: Originally listed as WRPM-002.  Does not appear to be the same OMM listed in The RPM Book.  Early die state specimens suggest the possibility of an additional S to the south.