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I come to the same opinion.  Now the important question is "Which reverse goes with which obverse?"  Three of them are 1992's which normally come with Wide AM, and the other is a 1997 which is only known with a Close AM.  So you either have 4 normal coins, or at least one very rare 1992 and a discovery piece 1997 Wide AM.  I suspect you have 4 normal coins.

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Man I can't believe my screw up. I had to search again to find the 92 close am. I hope this one is rt. This can drive a guy to drink. 

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On 12/16/2018 at 4:26 AM, Conder101 said:

I come to the same opinion.  Now the important question is "Which reverse goes with which obverse?"  Three of them are 1992's which normally come with Wide AM, and the other is a 1997 which is only known with a Close AM.  So you either have 4 normal coins, or at least one very rare 1992 and a discovery piece 1997 Wide AM.  I suspect you have 4 normal coins.

Sob I'll CK it out. Thanks guys

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