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S usally means more $ to a collector as compared to the other mint marks because there was less production than the P or D mints but the Big "O" mark is usally the best :yesss: -MF was correct though about the S&D :4chsmu1: Mike C... :200:

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It's really a bummer with the mint mark gets worn off ... Other situations are even worse ... I spent several years trying to figure out the B mark on a 50Cent silver, but then found out the be was a booger...a very old tough one, but still, at the end of the day, a booger...Cheers, Unc

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Adam,

Yes, they are actual very small letters that are part of the die that the coin blanks are stamped with, when the coins are struck/made. If you have a loupe, look at a newer coin/s of different denominations and you will be able to find the "mint marks" somewhere on the coins.

Hope this helps.

Greg

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Ya'all can have them S-D- or plains as I coveth them rare CC-as in Carson City MUCH more like the collectors. Then ya know ya REALLY found a rare coin-John :thumbsupanim

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