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1932 Lincoln Cent Capped Die?

 
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Hi, I am looking for help with this 1932 Lincoln penny. Is this a capped die coin?

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It's one half of a Magician's coin. A dime should fit nicely in that recess...
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Put a Mercury dime in the center of the reverse and you can change a cent into a dime. (Just flip it over in your hand and show your audience.)

Except yours will have a copper edge on it.
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Wow! very interesting, thanks for the info!
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