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1970-D 1¢ WRPM-001

Description:  D/D South

Cross References:  CONECA: RPM #1, Coppercoins: 1970D-1MM-001




1970-D 1¢ WRPM-004

Description:  D/D South

Cross References:  CONECA: RPM #2, Coppercoins: 1970D-1MM-002, Crawford: CRPM-001

Comments:  This variety also has an obverse doubled die listed as 1970-D 1¢ WDDO-017.  Earlier die states show much stronger evidence of the secondary D to the south.  We would welcome the opportunity to photograph an early die state specimen of this variety in uncirculated condition.




1970-S 1¢ WRPM-001

Description:  S/S North

Cross References:  CONECA: RPM #1, Coppercoins: 1970S-1MM-001, Crawford: CRPM-001

Top 100 RPM:  Wexler & CONECA




1970-S 1¢ Pr WRPM-002

Description:  S/S North

Cross References:  CONECA: RPM #4

Top 100 RPM:  Wexler

Comments:  As a proof variety it is highly unlikely that more than 3,000 specimens of this variety exist since that is the life of a Lincoln cent proof die.




1970-S 1¢ WRPM-003

Description:  S/S/S East & West

Cross References:  CONECA: RPM #2, Coppercoins: 1970S-1MM-002, Crawford: CRPM-002

Top 100 RPM:  Wexler




1970-S 1¢ Pr WRPM-004

Description:  S/S East

Cross References:  CONECA: RPM #5

Comments:  As a proof variety it is highly unlikely that more than 3,000 specimens of this variety exist since that is the life of a Lincoln cent proof die.




1971-S 1¢ WRPM-001

Description:  S/S West

Cross References:  CONECA: RPM #2, Coppercoins: 1971S-1MM-002




1972-D 1¢ WRPM-001

Description:  D/D West

Cross References:  CONECA: RPM #1, Coppercoins: 1972D-1MM-001




1981-D 1¢ WRPM-001

Description:  D/D West & D Southwest

Cross References:  CRPM-001

Top 100 RPM:  Wexler





The images on the left from Billy G. Crawford show high points of the secondary totally separated  Southwest.  The image on the right shows an overlay of how the D mint mark is a perfect match.


1985-D 1¢ WRPM-001

Description:  D/D Southeast

Cross References:  CONECA: RPM #1, Coppercoins: 1985D-1MM-001, Crawford: CRPM-003

Top 100 RPM:  Wexler & CONECA




1985-D 1¢ WRPM-003

Description:  D/D East

Cross References:  CONECA: RPM #7, Coppercoins: 1985D-1MM-007, Crawford: CRPM-004




1987-D 1¢ WRPM-001

Description:  D/D Northwest

Cross References:  CONECA: RPM #13

Top 100 RPM:  Wexler




1987-D 1¢ WRPM-002

Description:  D/D West

Cross References:  CONECA: RPM #1, Coppercoins: 1987D-1MM-001, Crawford: CRPM-003




1987-D 1¢ WRPM-014

Description:  D and totally separated D far to the NNW.  It is nearly horizontal and intersects the top left of the 9

Cross References:  Crawford: CRPM-001

Comments:  Photos courtesy of Billy G. Crawford



This image from Billy G. Crawford shows a nearly horizontal D punched into the upper left 9 in the date.




This overlay from Billy G. Crawford shows how the D mint mark for the 1989-D cents is a perfect match for the image punched into the upper left 9.


1988-D 1¢ WRPM-009

Description:  D/D North

Cross References:  CONECA: RPM #1, Coppercoins: 1988D-1MM-001

Top 100 RPM:  CONECA




1989-D 1¢ WRPM-004

Description:  D/D East

Cross References:  CONECA: RPM #2