LDB4 – 1950D

The listings on this page are by description / delimitation letter / position letters. Full die breaks at the top and small die breaks at the bottom of the page. See the Hardy Index System link.

“F” indicates a break that is flush with the highest and the lowest levels of the letters.mall

LDB4-1950D-003 4F

Images Courtesy of JC Stevens

50D078l

50D078b50D078m

DIE MARKERS: OBVERSE –  Die Crack Rim to Coat.

                            REVERSE –None Noted.

Cross references: Cohen 50D-B402, Hardy 50D-4F.

“EL+”  indicates a break of ¾ that extend below the lowest level of the letters.

LDB4-1950D-001 4EL+

Images Courtesy of Larry Peterson

50Dl

50Ddm50Do

DIE MARKERS: OBVERSE –  Die Chip Mint Mark, Die Clash Throat.

                            REVERSE –Die Clash.

Cross references: Cohen 50D-B403, Hardy 50D-4EL+12.

Note: Hardy has 4 listing for a BIE with a Die Clash at the throat. It is possible they are all the same die. More examples are needed to see if this is a progression.

LDB4-1950D-002 4EL+

Images Courtesy of Earl M. Williams

50D002lib

50D002b50D002cr

DIE MARKERS: OBVERSE –  Die Chip Mint Mark, Die Clash Throat, Die Crack Rim to Coat.

                            REVERSE –Die Clash.

Cross references: Cohen 50D-B403, Hardy 50D-4EL+3.

Note: Hardy has 4 listing for a BIE with a Die Clash at the throat. It is possible they are all the same die. More examples are needed to see if this is a progression.

 

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