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1909 Indian Head Penny 2.6grams?

 
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Possible crude attempt to remove severe environmental damage - perhaps buried at one point. Within weight tolerance under the circumstances.



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It is pretty much too far gone to really have a premium.
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Obverse noted. If date is known as is, I'd be more interested in seeing the reverse. Does it show a mint mark? Thanks, Doug.
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Can't imagine anyone even offering ten cents for it.
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Too bad , I love 1909 IHC's . I have about 20 of them VG-8 to EF-40 .
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If it has a mint mark, along with a mintage population of 309,000. Might make it a bit more desirable to some. Thanks, Doug.
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Thank you

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Think I see something on the reverse, but not enough to pull the trigger. If it was mine, I'd be curious to know. Its just the condition its current in is pretty poor and time consuming to improve using non destructive conservation methods.

Professional conservation may improve it a bit, but probable not cost effective especially if no mint mark is present.

That said if a mint mark is under that crusty layer, it might be in poor condition or example, but still a rare key date. Thanks, Doug.
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It looks odd to me almost like it's been painted a piece fell off underneath look odd gold
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I figured out 100% that this is Only Two Known
1909 Indian Cent--Overstruck on a 1906 Barber dime it D&S mintmark's &1862 obverse die cap
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Can't imagine anyone even offering ten cents for it.



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I figured out 100% that this is Only Two Known
1909 Indian Cent--Overstruck on a 1906 Barber dime it D&S mintmark's &1862 obverse die cap


In that case I would offer ten cents for it.
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there are just two known Indian cents on dimes. In any event, the gold Indian cents have commanded incredible prices in recent times, with the highest auction record being the $276,000 realized for the 1906-dated
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$276,000 realized for the 1906-dated

Sorry thought we were discussing a 1909 with an undetermined mint mark Indian cent.

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I figured out 100% that this is Only Two Known
1909 Indian Cent--Overstruck on a 1906 Barber dime it D&S mintmark's &1862 obverse die cap

A 90% silver coin from 1906 d/s, with an 1862 obverse struck with a 1909 cent die sound like something I've yet to encounter. Please share supporting link(s) or article. Thanks, Doug.

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