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 Posted 07/15/2019  4:31 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add RW1010 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message






If you look under the r in liberty and rotate the picture 180 degrees, looks like Lincoln's eye forehead hair. Please tell me what you see. Thanks
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@rw1010, it sounds like you are describing a coin that was struck multiple times, but with the coin rotating more than 90 degrees between strikes. I'd recommend creating an overlay and seeing if the suspected details line up. I'm not saying that this is impossible, but I have yet to see one of these posted on CCF.

The other pics seem to all show normal wear and tear so I'm not sure what the "multiple errors" in your title is referring to.
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Those aren't errors, sorry. Just the result of zinc rot, scratches, dings, and Pareidolia. Post Strike Damage ( PSD).
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Just the result of zinc rot,


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 Posted 07/15/2019  5:23 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add RW1010 to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
No argument on the zinc rot. In the last picture take a look at the nose and forehead and the striking directly in front of it. No rot or scratches there. Looks like a strike to me but of course I can't be 100% on that. That's why I'm looking for your opinions. On the reverse above the O in one cent, there is a raised area next to the shield. I'll post better pics later
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Sorry, IMO...PMD and staining
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When I spot coins like this, I toss them back into circulation ASAP. Not even worth the time to look at them. They are just spendable coins.
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I always check the best up coins because they usually have legit errors somewhere. They look worn out coming from the mint sometimes. I think this is a good example of that. This is a 2014. Normally when I flip a shield cent there's nothing there. This doesn't have much but if you look hard there are recessed areas and raised areas. Mint errors.
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To each his own. People like coins like damaged coins also. Like that 1955 poor mans doubled die. Total die deterioration but it will sell like a hot cake. Or you can get the real deal in worse condition for around a thousand dollars.
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I like to check out the beat up coins because you never know what you'll find. Its 50/50 and only a penny. It has value to me. When will you ever see a coin like this. Never. One of a kind
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Ok, I can run over a penny with my car a few times and spill some coffee on it and call it one of a kind. But there are no errors on this coin and it holds no premium.
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Doubling?
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