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1982 P Lincoln Cent With Die Crack And Retained Interior Die Break

 
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 Posted 02/13/2018  8:33 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add Errers and Varietys to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
I found this in a circulated bankroll from a bank box of U.S. Pennies. You can easily see the Die Crack and the Retained Interior Die Break. Very interesting and a fun find!



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Excellent find.

It looks like an olive leaf, which makes it even cooler.

Enjoy!!
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 Posted 02/13/2018  10:18 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add Walkallnite to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Score! The RIDBs are always a nice addition to the collection.
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Excellent find.

It looks like an olive leaf, which makes it even cooler.

Enjoy!!


Thank you Buddy! It does look like an olive leaf! It's a very cool addition to my collection.


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Score! The RIDBs are always a nice addition to the collection.


Thank you Walkallnite! I love Retained Interior Die Breaks.

Here are the results from the Acetone bath.


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02/14/2018 1:35 pm
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It seems a bit brighter after the acetone bath -- not a huge difference. Maybe it looks different in hand.

I don't suppose there's any harm in giving it a soak just to make sure there's nothing on the coin that will cause future damage.

Anyway -- it's a keeper!
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Thank you Buddy! The Acetone bath made it more shiny. Not a huge difference, but that's ok. Just wanted to make sure nothing bad was on its surfaces. It always interesting to see the results from Acetone baths.
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