In these pictures again we see where the head only has a left blita going out from it instead of a normal rosh. Commonly found in Cheaper Ksav Meyuchus. I already sent similar pictures of this on vuv and yud (which I had a chasash of kav mashuch).
R' Moshe this is something I could tell the client that these nuns were bidieved and through fixing are now lechatchila? And if I understood correctly they are still fixable since in csav chabad the face of the letter is circled inward with a tendency of the lower shpitz slightly extending further left [a tiny bit] more then the top of the rosh (panim). Therefore the panim of the letter are not equal or straight, as required by AB,BY.?

Thank you

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  1. The nun of אנכי has a rosh - just to make it better fill in a bit.
    But the nun of בבניך is lacking the blita to the left - still it can be fixed. Yes, because the extending kotz gives it somewhat a resemblence of a rosh. It is lacking a drop of ink at the lower connection between this kotz and the neck of the nun.
    (true, this circular opening gives a face to the letter, but in the nun of בבניך it is not connected to the rosh on the bottom - so it isnt exactly like the vav we spoke about)

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  2. Therefore only the nun of bivanecha was bidieved?

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  3. after fixing the nun it is l'chatchila

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