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1941 Lincoln Wheat Cent Strike-Through Error On Reverse?

 
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 Posted 07/12/2020  4:38 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add Spacegirl to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
I so love this place! Thanks to all who are here and from whom I learn daily!
So...that being said, we will see about this 1941 LWC that APPEARS to have a struck-trough error that looks very muck like a piece of cloth or paper at the base of the left Wheat Ear. Although there is a scratch on the end of the Wheat Ear as well, this thing appears to be behind some of the devices and appears to have filled in or some other way messed up the "F" in "OF". Looking forward to see what you all think.

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Possible lamination?
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Having never seen a delamination in person, I have no idea. But if so , that's cool! Any premium for this type of thing? And since I don't know what coins are worth selling, I have to ask! Thank you
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Lamination matter. No significant premium. A few collectors love 'em and may be willing to pick a few up for a few $$. A stunningly dramatic lamination issue on a lightly circulated AU cent might bring $10-$20--maybe more.

To get a better idea on value, check ebay for 'Lincoln cent lamination' sold/completed items.

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Thanks to all! I read about lamination and it was really interesting to learn what I am looking at! Thanks!
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Depending on the affected area, the more or less it is worth. Wheat cents are probably 3-4X more in price. Memorials are doing good to reach a dollar.
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