I wonder if anyone could be kind enough, or inclined to give me an opinion on some of my Lincoln cents which I have been sorting through.
I have photo'd the ones which I think are an error variety, although I am not in any way an expert, and would appreciate your comments on whether they are indeed errors;
This 1st one has 'in god we trust' stamped right up on the rim:
This is a 1980 cent with the word 'states' blanked out;
This one is off-centre, and appears to have hit the 0 in 1980
Something amiss, was this circle hit when minted?
This is the reverse of the circle hit one above, with strange striations;
Very funny texture, reverse is the same
This one is totally mashed up, I think certainly in the mint after some studying-what would cause this? The rear is worse;
The reverse of above coin;
The letters stamped on the rim-rare or unique?
What seems like a gold cent? is it or can they tone this way?
This one has a double rim; normal?
Is this a die crack? the photo aint great but it runs right through the 'T' and into the building! Its a 1992 cent;
Is this a double die date? definately doubled and the 'D' looks pretty anemic!
The whole coin of above
This is a 1992 with 70's style letters at the top!
This isn;t so clear, but above every 'T' the copper is missing in a a nice neat line
Another one with half the word 'states' missing;
Are the holes on ether side of 'e-plur..) shrapnel holes? the 'FG' signature has been messed up as well;*** Moved by Staff to a more appropriate forum. ***