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Need Help, I Have 1982 Lincoln Penny A Mint Mark Appears To Be In Beard

 
 
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 Posted 05/21/2019  10:47 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add Metallic shadows to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Could coin have multiple mint marks?
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We'll need pics to evaluate.



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to CCF. Yes a coin could have multiple mint marks,we need some good photos to help you. Post some close ups along with obverse and reverse whole coin shots.
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@ms, first welcome to CCF. Second, here is a link to the tutorial on uploading pictures:

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But a mintmark punch is making an incuse mark on the die. So the mintmark will always be raised. Not an incuse device. (sunk into the coin) If it is incuse, then it is not a mintmark. Damage happens to coins and leaves these from the are bumped together. But an image would help us see what your are seeing.
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