|Here is a relatively tough to find example of the 1910-S/S Lincoln Cent repunched mintmark variety which is designated as FS-502 in the Cherrypickers' Guide. The coin shows a strong repunching of the S mintmark as there is clearly a secondary S mintmark just underneath and to the north of the primary mintmark. This example of the 1910-S/S Lincoln Cent RPM FS-502 has been graded MS64RB by PCGS and is encapsulated in the newer-style edge-view holder. The coin is a bright and flashy golden red color that seems to almost sparkle under a bright light, very reminiscent of the early matte proof Lincoln Cents. The photos provided fail to capture that flash and luster and instead they inaccurately show the coin as a flat, dull and almost lifeless piece. The photos to show the minor spotting that is present on the coin when examined under close inspection or magnification, but when viewed in hand it is quite minor and not very distracting. To date, PCGS has not attributed very many examples of this RPM variety, particularly in higher grades. To date, only eight (8) examples of this variety including this coin, have been graded PCGS MS64RB with only a few coins grading higher; three (3) coins grading MS65RB, a single MS64RD, a single MS66RD and a single MS66+RD. Here is your opportunity to obtain a near-gem example of this repunched mintmark variety.