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1984 Penny Error Letters On Top Rim?

 
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Not an error,it is ridge ring. A worn out die issue.
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Ridge ring with a slight Misaligned Die is giving it that effect.
Not an error.
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Same.



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Looks cool, though.
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Looks like the second polishing of the and the die flows are returning and the devices are getting smaller after each polishing. 1983/1984 had a lot of die clash issues that year and the obverse dies really suffered a lot those years. Seems like this happened less on the 1985-forward coins. So something changed? Not sure what yet, but it will reveal it someday to me.

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