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Hello, Please Help 1953 S Penny Error Nose?

 
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Hello, Please Help 1953 S Penny Error Nose?
2019 June 26

Hello, I'm not to familiar with error coins. Can someone please help me identify if this is an error coin and if it is a rare coin as well. Check out Abe's nose. Is this what you would call a cud error? I'm posted a pic below. Thank you!
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to CCF. Not an error. It is damage from circulation. The nose took a hit and displaced the copper a bit. A CUD always includes the rim,so your coin is not a CUD.
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@cst, first welcome to CCF. Second, I agree with @john1 that Abe took a hit on his nose which moved over a little piece of copper. This is not a mint error, although interesting to look at.
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If it were a die chip, the area of the nose would still be there and a chip would be more likely to show on the field. A cud is on the edge of the die that breaks away from the die.

Here are some die events that can happen to a die.


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Thank you guys for answering my question!
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Welcome to the CCF. Yes, please stick around , look through coins and post any interesting finds.

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