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1945 Wheat Penny No Mint Lamination Error And Misspellings

 
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 Posted 06/02/2020  7:08 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add Conway50 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Help! Is this coin major laminated on the reverse side and obverse side short "t" and mispelling of "plurbius"

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I suggest that your circulated Lincoln cent is simply a nicely worn example of a common 'grease filled strike' - a striking issue whereby debris clog the die and prevents certain design elements from fully being struck.

The photos provided show no evidence of a lamination -
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Due to the way modern coins are made, a mis-spelling is impossible unless ALL of the coins for that year are mis-spelled.
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nickelsearcher: Great job answering this question correctly. The only thing I would have added would have been: "The grease fills the narrow part of the devices, leaving them looking wider but shorter." You get an 'A'.
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