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1995 D Penny With Error Die Crack Over The A In America With Possible Close Am

 
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Not a die crack. If it were a die crack it would flow over the top of the 'A' It is a die scratch/gouge on that area.
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Looks like a plating bubble to me. AM is normal.
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it looks like a plating bubble where the copper plating has separated from the zinc core. These are quite common on the copper plated Lincoln cents. It looks like additional bubbles just under the RUS of TRUST.
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