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1959 D Lincoln Cent Is This Normal Wear And Tear?

 
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It is PMD of some sort. Hard to say exactly what.
Looks like something is on the surface.
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Very odd looking. Need a nice close-up of the area on the obverse where the shiny area meets the dull area. It looks like the dull area is pealing up a tiny bit.
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Strange looking for sure. Certainly post-mint damage of some sort.



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Not an error, PMD of some kind. A substance was applied after it left the mint.
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Note the rim on the date area? There is a hit that the rim took first and the '9' was also affected. Just a spender unless you are saving copper coins.
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