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1953 P Wheat Cent With Very Unusual "Associated BIE" (Metal Is Raised)  
 

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 Posted 01/11/2018  8:34 pm Show Profile   Check Errors and Varietys's eBay Listings Bookmark this topic Add Errors and Varietys to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
I found this coin roll hunting through a circulated bankroll from a bank box of U.S. Pennies. It has this very unusual Die Chip in the R and T in Liberty. It's clearly not PMD as it's raised and not pushed in metal.




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 Posted 01/11/2018  8:39 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add CoinCentsLady to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
That is really cool looking - Nice One

You probably already know but it should/would be considered a BIE check out COC if you haven't yet.
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Thank you CoincentsLady. I am glad you are back on here. You were offline since early September of last year. I know it's a "BIE", but if there's a Die Chip somewhere else like on the R and T, it's called a "Associated BIE". I will look on COC's to see if it's listed. I think it's listed, but need to compare die markers to see.
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Thanks for welcome back

I actually missed that on your Title line "Associated BIE". I am not familiar with that term. Many of of the BIE's can sometimes have various die chips - those chips are not relevant to the BIE itself (at least as far as I know)

The only die chip that I know of that actually has a nick name is the "skirted R" which has the bottom portion of the R filled in and I believe they are only on the 1960 LMC's
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Found it! LDB6-1953-001. It's called an RIT error.

http://cuds-on-coins.com/ldb6-1953/
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Thanks for welcome back

I actually missed that on your Title line "Associated BIE". I am not familiar with that term. Many of of the BIE's can sometimes have various die chips - those chips are not relevant to the BIE itself (at least as far as I know)

The only die chip that I know of that actually has a nick name is the "skirted R" which has the bottom portion of the R filled in and I believe they are only on the 1960 LMC's


You're welcome! Associated BIE is not a widely used term I don't think and that's why it's not familiar to some people. You are correct on "Skirted R" term. Most commonly happens on 1960 D Small Dates since they chipped the most.


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Found it! LDB6-1953-001. It's called an RIT error


Thank you Tanman. It's listed on there.
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Super Cool - Congrats E&V.
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Thank you CoincentsLady. It's been awhile since I found a "BIE" on a Lincoln Wheat cent.
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You can still call me CC instead of the whole name. I don't really like the CoinCentsLady change that I made a few months back. I am going to check with Fuzzy and see if I can have my CoinCents back - this new one just isn't me.
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Interesting die chip @E&V--thanks for posting. I hadn't seen one of these before.
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Neat chip and nice snag. Congratulations.
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For now on, I will call you CoinCents. You're welcome Spence and thank you moxking. I personally haven't seen this Die Chip until now. :)
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It's called an RIT error.


Shouldn't it be an "R_T"?


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I agree with you. I understand why you did it, but it's just not really kicking. Be you!
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 Posted 01/12/2018  06:49 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add yanks21 to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
I'm really digging that! Congrats on that find. It is still amazing me what you can find going through these boxes.
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Thank you yanks. It is amazing what you can find in these boxes. Anything could be in these boxes.
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More information on associated die breaks.

http://cuds-on-coins.com/hardy-index-system/

Starting in 2018 COC will be adding the Hardy Index Suffix " description / delimitation letter / position letters" to Lincoln Cents "LIBERTY" Die Breaks. As the listing are updated they will now be listed with full die breaks at the top and small die breaks at the bottom of the page. See the Hardy Index System link.
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