So I remember being told by GrapeCollects that some die chips have a premium if you can convince people of their variety, for instance, giving names to them. Here are a few that I have, I'm pretty sure they have no value at all, but who knows? Maybe there's a variety of die chip I have that may be considered "cool."
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@SC, a small technical point, but when the coin has an entire area filled in by extra metal (like the top part of the number 8 on your '58 D cents), we say that the die had a broken post rather than calling it a die chip.
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