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1964 P Lincoln Penny/Cent Reverse Lamination Error. Came From An OBW Roll.

 
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Another one from the same roll.



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Another one from the same roll.


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Another one from same roll.




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to the CCF This is either glue or greasy wax used by the mint back then. I'm betting on the later. You'll see this wax on quite a few uncirculated rolls and bags in the early 60s. Let them soak in acetone for an hour or so. That should come off.
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to the CCF!
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2nd pic is of interest because of the piece shows column imprint.3rd pic date is of interest, looks thick. Pic 6 is MD or DDO?
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Thank you for the replies and suggestions.
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From the shinny pics is hard to discern.
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I agree it looks like dried clear glue. Try an acetone soak as suggested.

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I agree this is not a series of lamination errors but rather design transfer from one coin to another due to a sticky substance being involved.
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