Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by jdrogos, Dec 9, 2009.
I have a 1903 penny that is 7/16 in diameter. Dose anybody have any info on this?
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it might not be a us coin
can you post a pic
this should of been said first in my op
Would the small penny (cent) be anything like the coins in these threads?
Mini coin set
What is this tiny tiny quarter?
Shrunken Washington quarter
1804 Tiny Coin
Links to off site sources -- not CT threads:
Bert Hickman's Quarter Shrinking and Can Crushing Gallery
HBL Coin Shrinking [YouTube link]
You should be able to find your answer by reading through some of those threads if that's what you have.
Note also that CT has a keyword search function in the toolbar at the top of ever page.
As has been said MANY times before, it is absolutely necessary that you post a photo, or else no one will be able to help you. Your description is very vague.
Sorry the photo is not very good.
This is exactly what happens when people forget to take the change out of their pockets when they run them through a washing machine. This is why some soap manufacturers stress using a non schrink type of soap. :smile
Please see the links above. :hail: Thanks for the pic.
:kewl: Well, its not 'spooned' if that's what you meant.
A post that makes sense.
That's just the fabric softner your smelling. :whistle:
It's probably a non-mint product/reproduction. Does it say COPY anywhere on it?
Don't laugh, but there is actually an instrument a scientist made that will physically reduce the size of coins. For the life of me, I can't remember where I read that article, but it was interesting. The only coins he shrunk at the point of the article was silver dollars....as I recall.
Here's something similar:
That article was in Coin World, a few months ago.
Ahhhh.....thanks, that was bothing me! LOL
There are sets of small coins in the Littleton catalog, this looks like a coin from a mini set.
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