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I agree that this is post mint damaged. Looks cut then hammered a bit to flatten.
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Thanks, I tried to get the best pics I could, I can't stand it when someone is trying to sell something or reach out for info and can't even do their part! It just shows lack of effort so one could only assume you'd get a lack of a response lol! It looked PMD to me also, but just something about the face just almost looks like it was die struck. Then again a good hammer strike could give a similar effect! I was just kinda curious if it was even possible to be die struck and get this result or not? Obviously if not it kinda puts the nail in the coffin.
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