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1946 Wheat Cent Distressed. What The Heck? Please Help

 
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We often call coins with this type of damage, "Road Kill" of a "Parking Lot" coin. It looks as if it spent some time being dented by the stones in the tarmac. This coin could also be intentionally damaged, as many of the depressions are rounded and may have come from a punch or tool of some sort. PMD
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Distressed, as in severe post strike damage of a rather violent nature.
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Good Grief! Which battle did they suffer through? Were there any survivors?
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Spend it..
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Distressed, I would be, trying to run away from all the cars that were running over me..
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Traumatic post mint damage (PDM) This cent has exactly ONE wish left in it. Throw it over your right shoulder while making your wish into a fountain of your choice. Bonne chance!

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