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1946 P LWC. What Is Going On Here?

 
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Found this coin. Not sure if it could be improper alloy mix, poor annealing, or just severe damage? No idea what's going on on the reverse - multi color splotches and what appears to be another rotated wheat stem going on to the rim of the coin.











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Once buried, perhaps?
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Is the overlay in the last image just a funny coincidence PMD? The way it lays over the wheat stem and goes on to flip up on the rim?
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Is the overlay in the last image just a funny coincidence PMD? The way it lays over the wheat steam and goes on to flip up on the rim?


Yes exactly--just a coincidence. Note that this linear mark is incuse, but if this coin were double-struck, then it would be proud.
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 Posted 05/22/2020  09:11 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add almostpennylane to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Fascinating. Thanks!
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Nothing good for the coin. Just a Wheat cent now.
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