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1998 Penny What Might These Marks Be?

 
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Those look like plating bubbles.
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yea I see those and get the same response bubbles is my guess too.
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@lls, first welcome to CCF. Second, often times plating blisters can be depressed with the tip of a wooden toothpick. I agree that they don't look like die chips.
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Actually there are split plating issue with something like a pin that punctured the plating. These will not press down as the zinc will swell when t get oxygen:

When you look closely to these, you will see the gray showing through the the bubble in the center of the bubble.
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