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i need help with this two Lincoln cent pennies . 1961d and 1981d  
 

 
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 Posted 10/12/2017  10:11 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add centavo69 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
what do the experts think what happened to this two coins ?








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@centavo69, that '61-D looks like it has gone for a bath in acid. Not sure on the other one...
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First one is Acid Dipped, second one is I believe a residue stain from something sticky.
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2nd one kinda just looks like somebody doodled on it with sharpie.
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First one possibly a metal detector find after being buried for a couple years. Second one looks like some kind of debris... possibly
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First one possibly a metal detector find after being buried for a couple years


No, copper cent's do not look like that from being buried!

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Acid, Note loss of rim
Other is a dried Plum skin...well you got any better idea?


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