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1944 Wheat Penny Error Coin? Struck On Different Plate?

 
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 Posted 05/27/2020  8:34 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add jessica9347 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Hello,

I have this odd 1944 Wheat penny coin. It may be an error coin but I am not sure. It could also be nothing and just happened over time, but that odd imprint to the left makes me think it was stamped by something. It almost looks like ridges, maybe? Of course just guessing. Any thoughts or ideas would be great. I keep trying to google several different phrases on what it could be and I am not coming across a coin that has a stamped imprint like that.


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Just a sharp circulation hit.



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@j9347, as noted by the frog, this castellated impression is what happens when the reeded edge of a dime, quarter, or half-dollar impacts the surface of a cent.

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As a on and off leather worker (another hobby of mine) I see a leather working design tool mark in that strike...
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Thank you to everyone for the welcomes and the information!! @sirderrin I see what you mean with the leather working tool mark. @spence and @coinfrog thank you for the terminology, it was very helpful!
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Correct the reeds from another coin that affected the fields on this cent:
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