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1999 D Lincoln Penny Feeder Finger Damage Between Columns?

 
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 Posted 08/20/2022  1:40 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add michaelshane1 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
My best guess is Feeder Finger Damage but would like other opinions just to be sure.






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More of a die scratch issue. The other polishing lines have faded. But when they are on the inside of the devices, (bays) they last a lot longer. They fad first on the open field. The scratches near devices can last a lot longer. But like on this coin inside of contained areas, they last a lot longer.

Feeder Finger Damage is a lot stronger:





CoopHome What is the difference between Feeder Finger Damage and just die scratches? Feeder Finger Damage is a lot stronger and affects the dies deeper
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Good to know. Thank you for the information Coop.
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