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    'AT' => 'Artificially Toned: A coin toned by artificial means'
    'B&M' => 'Brick & Mortar - A local coin shop'
    'BOLO' => 'Be On the Look Out'
    'CBH' => 'Capped Bust Half'
    'CCW' => 'Counter Clock Wise. Usually in reference to the rotation of a die.'
    'CPG' => 'Cherry Pickers Guide'
    'Dipped' => 'Cleaned with a chemical solution'
    'ED' => 'Early date'
    'EDS' => 'Early Die State'
    'EMDS' => 'Early Middle Die State'
    'EOR' => 'End Of Roll'
    'FB' => 'Mercury dimes exhibiting Full Bands due to an excellent strike.'
    'FBL' => 'Full Bell Lines on the reverse of a Franklin Half Dollar'
    'FE' => 'Flying Eagle cent (1856-1858)'
    'LFE' => 'Large Flying Eagle (Pattern 1855)'
    'FT' => 'Full Torch (Full Strike on a Roosevelt Dimes Torch)'
    'GAE' => 'Gold American Eagle'
    'LDS' => 'Late Die State'
    'MDS' => 'Middle Die State'
    'MPD' => 'Misplaced Punched Date'
    'MPL' => 'Matte Proof Lincoln Cent'
    'NT' => 'Naturally Toned'
    'seo' => 'Search Engine Optimization'
    'pr' => 'Google Page Ranking'
    'vb' => 'vBulletin'
    'vbseo' => 'vBulletin SEO'
    'afaik' => 'As far as I know'
    'tbd' => 'To be discussed'
    'js' => 'JavaScript'
    'aka' => 'also known as'
    'DDR' => 'Double Die Reverse. A type of die variety.'
    'CAC' => 'Certified Acceptance Group. For more information visit CAC'
    'DDO' => 'Double Die Obverse. A type of die variety'
    'R8' => 'Rarity 8On the rarity scale: 1-3 known (estimated), Unique or Nearly Unique'
    'R7' => 'On the rarity scale: 4-12 known, Extremely Rare'
    'R6' => 'On the rarity scale: 13-30 known, Very Rare'
    'R5' => 'On the rarity scale: 31-75 known, Rare'
    'R4' => 'On the rarity scale: 76-200 known, Very Scarce'
    'R3' => 'On the rarity scale: 201-500 known, Scarce'
    'R2' => 'On the rarity scale: 501-1250 known, Uncommon'
    'R1' => 'On the rarity scale: over 1251 known, Common'
    'DDD' => 'Die Deterioration Doubling'
    'OGH' => 'Old Green Holder'
    'OYH' => 'Old Yellow Holder'
    'ODH' => 'Old Doily Holder'
    'OPDH' => 'Old Pin-Dot Label without PCGS on the obverse'
    'ORH' => 'Old Regency Holder'
    'RAT' => 'Rattler Holder'
    'OBH' => 'Old Blue Holder'
    'OMM' => 'Overpunched Mint Mark such as a D/S'
    'OT' => 'Off Topic'
    'OTOH' => 'On The Other Hand'
    'PM' => 'Private Message, can also stand for Precious Metals'
    'PQ' => 'Premium Quality'
    'SAE' => 'Silver American Eagle'
    'SDB' => 'Safety Deposit Box'
    'SLQ' => 'Standing Liberty Quarter'
    'VEDS' => 'Very Early Die States'
    'VEMS' => 'Very Early Middle States'
    'WTB' => 'Want to Buy'
    'YN' => 'Young Numismatists'

 

 

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