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1957 D Lincoln Wheat Cent Die Clash And Odd Die Gouge?
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Old Post Posted 01/30/2023  3:27 pm

Interesting, I found one of these last April. Here are the comments from the one I posted... http://goccf.com/t/420875
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins
 
1982 S Penny Lg Date My Books Say Doesn't Exist
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Old Post Posted 01/30/2023  2:36 pm

Here are a couple of references to check out. I just so happened to be studying the Lincoln small/large date cents for an upcoming contest and I came across these two sites.
http://lincolncentresource.com/smal...es/1982.html
http://lincolncentsonline.com/large...lldates.html
Forum: US Modern Variety and Error Coins
 
Looks Like A 1956 D RPM FS 502, With The Second D At The Bottom Of The Tail Of The 9. What Do Y'all
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Old Post Posted 01/28/2023  7:45 pm

It does not appear to be FS-502, the mint mark position is way off.
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1907 Indian Head Cent Is The Date Doubled
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Old Post Posted 01/26/2023  08:16 am
The mark through the C of CENT appears to be a common die clash
Forum: US Classic and Colonial Variety and Error Coins
 
Could This 1982 LMC Be A Minor Clipped Planchet Or PMD?
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Old Post Posted 01/23/2023  9:07 pm

Appears to be a clipped planchet, nice find!
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1946 S LWC Coin #1 Another Inverted Mint Mark - 1946-S IMM-001
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Old Post Posted 01/14/2023  10:45 am

@Spence, thank you for moving this post to the correct forum
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1946 S LWC Coin #2 - 1946-S DDO-008 And RPM-029
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Old Post Posted 01/13/2023  8:00 pm

@Petespockets55. I only found one IMM in this roll but have now found three in the past month in separate rolls purchased from the same seller
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1946 S LWC Coin #2 - 1946-S DDO-008 And RPM-029
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Old Post Posted 01/13/2023  4:39 pm

Nice double variety, 1946-S DDO-008 and RPM-029. I found nine of these in the same roll as the inverted mint mark I posted earlier (unfortunately I posted the IMM in the incorrect forum, "US Classic and Colonial Variety and Error Coins." Maybe a moderator can move it for me.









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1946 S LWC Coin #1 Another Inverted Mint Mark - 1946-S IMM-001
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Old Post Posted 01/13/2023  3:40 pm
Last month I purchased an uncirculated roll of 1946 S LWC and found a 1946-S IMM-001. So I purchased another roll a few weeks later and found a second one. Tried pushing my luck and purchased another roll last week... well, it paid off, my third 1946-S IMM-001!.

Here are some pics:






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1946 S LWC IMM-001 Inverted Mint Mark
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Old Post Posted 01/07/2023  1:10 pm

@nickelsearcher, Coin is red, my picture taking just needs work. I am having difficulty getting the brightness and color right
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1946 S LWC IMM-001 Inverted Mint Mark
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Old Post Posted 01/07/2023  12:44 pm

Appears to be 1946-S IMM-001. Found it in an uncirculated roll... my second one in the past month. This one is a later stage but still a nice red coin. Here is the link to the one I posted last month http://goccf.com/t/437115




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1946 S LWC Coin #5 RPM-007
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Old Post Posted 12/22/2022  7:23 pm

Coppercoins: 1946S-1MM-007
CONECA: 1946-S RPM-007
Wexler: 1946 S 1 WRPM-013

I think I got this one right. Reverse markers seem to match.






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1946 S LWC Coin #4 Maybe Just Damage
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Old Post Posted 12/22/2022  6:54 pm

Something is going on at the L of LIBERTY and also just opposite the coin on the reverse. The weight is within tolerance at 3.07 grams. Maybe just damage but came from an uncirculated roll (at least it was advertised as uncirculated).





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1946 S LWC Coin #3 Slightly Underweight - 2.88 Grams
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Old Post Posted 12/22/2022  3:59 pm

This one is slightly underweight at 2.88 grams. Maybe rolled thin in that area?




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1946 S LWC Coin #2 Struck Through
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Old Post Posted 12/22/2022  3:43 pm

Minor struck through. Coin is normal weight. Just thought I would share.




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1946 S LWC Coin #1 IMM-001 Inverted Mint Mark
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Old Post Posted 12/22/2022  3:20 pm

I saw an incomplete roll of 45 uncirculated wheats as a BIN on eBay and noticed one of them looked struck through or rolled thin so I went for it. Low and behold this one was in the roll... appears to be 1946-S IMM-001. I will upload pics in separate posts of a struck through and a slightly underweight coin from the same roll.




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1946-D Roosevelt Dime Possible RPM
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Old Post Posted 12/12/2022  2:55 pm

I found sixteen of these in an uncirculated roll. I couldn't find a match but the mint mark appears to have a split lower serif




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1943-D LWC DDO-004 And DDR-005?
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Old Post Posted 12/12/2022  1:35 pm

I picked this one at a local coin show in Schertz, Texas this past weekend. It was in a dealer's Lincoln Cent binder. I noticed the doubled eyelid right away but didn't notice the DDR until I got home and tried to find a match for the DDO. Appears to be 1943-D LWC DDO-004 and DDR-005 as listed on Variety Vista, I couldn't find a match on Coppercoins or Wexler's.











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2001 Lincoln Cent, Possible Error.
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Old Post Posted 12/09/2022  9:00 pm
Obverse appears to be a slight misaligned die. The other areas in question appear to be corrosion caused by zinc exposed through the copper plating. I believe this is a spender
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Possible 1940 D One Cent RPM-002?
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Old Post Posted 12/08/2022  7:28 pm

Appears to be correct. RPM-002. The reverse looks like a small lamination. Nice find
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