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2005 Penny With A Error Under The 5 ( Anyone Know What This Is )

 
 
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I see some kind of stain under the 5.
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I see plating issues, and a couple stains.

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Actually, it could be a small Struck Through area above the date, but under the date, it's just a stain. No added value.
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Or a split plating issue making the plating rise on that area. No premium for any of these suggestions.
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Thank You for your replies. I tried cleaning that area with acetone and a q-tip and it didnt go away, I know I shouldn't do that but I wanted to make sure it wasn't dirt or something. I cant see it with the naked eye to try and pop it. I figured running a q-tip against that area hard would change its shape or make it go away.

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I read the posts a little more thoroughly and The area I am referring to is in the middle of the 5 the almost thick looking S
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