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1982 D Mint Lincoln Cent Small Date

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to CCF. Please crop photos before posting...thanks.
Where are you seeing doubling?
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It's not the coin you're looking for. This coin is a large date. Sorry.


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large date 82-D. Keep searching!

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All are large date Denver. The small date Denver that is copper is the one to look for:


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does the top look like small date?
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is top small?
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All large date. Take a moment to educate yourself... look at examples side-by-side and then you'll always be able to see the difference for yourself. And buy a scale if you don't have one. You're looking for copper cents, minted in Denver. This alone is worthy of buying a scale itself! Keep searching!

p.s.- there have been only a couple (if that many) Small date 1982-D coppers found, so don't hold your breath finding one. It'd be nice, but the odds are way against you! On the other hand... the last one found was found in the wild, so good luck!
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Thanks I will try to educate myself a bit more I wish my vision allowed me to know the difference but your input helps and goes a long way I appreciate it so much hopefully I will find something worth posting thanks again!
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Don't beat yourself up over it. Look carefully at Yokozuna's post above. The secret is in the curve of the small date 2. Memorize what it looks like, and believe me, you'll be seeing the small date 82's everywhere! You'll wonder why you didn't see the difference before. All of us started learning all this somewhere, it just takes a bit of time... you'll get it, you'll see.

When I search through cent rolls and I come across a small date 82-D I make a little pile of them to weigh later. I treat them as one-cent lottery tickets, lol. Other 82 cents gets thrown in the discard pile to re-roll (after a quick look for DDO). I weigh each 82-D one at a time, looking for the magic numbers of 3.1 (for copper) to show up, but my luck hasn't gone that way yet... only 2.53 (for zinc) has been appearing. So far they haven't paid off, but you never know! You have to play the game to win it! The search continues!
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really how come a few of my 1982 weigh 3.1?
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