The San Diego Collection
AGW Collection (PCGS Set Registry)
David Hall: Though the mintage of the 1936-D Rhode Island is 25% lower than the 1936 and nearly identical to the 1936-S, the 1936-D is just slightly scarcer than the 1936 and quite a bit more common than the 1936-S. The typical 1936-D Rhode Island has frosty luster, though some specimens have semi-prooflike surfaces. Marks can sometimes be a problem with the Rhode Islands due to their shallow design relief.
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