Sure it’s a common run, but it isn’t every day that you come across a 20-25 year old star note.
Yes, normal Lincoln cents are smooth- metal fatigue is not typical. However, what occurred on your coin occurs on many others, and does not give it a...
Almost 14 years old now, Chris. :smuggrin:
I found a 1988A star $1 in a strap yesterday. I'll post it this evening.
I agree- ordinary coin. And, your poll didn't give any options to vote on.
Maybe and perhaps are synonyms. Try inputting- "Error? or Not error?" for...
I highly doubt that OP has a 6 figure value coin. All of the 1943 copper cents were probably accounted for after 75 years.
Save it if you want to, but, I agree- $0.01.
Looks like a 1989, and... 1 cent. Also, wheat cents were produced 1958 and before.
I think Rats' coin is a steel 1943 S. There is a steel colour to it on the background which isn't present on the 1949 cent in the picture he posted
People need to star looking at sold listings. There are plenty of "bookends" listed, but no one wants them for over face value!
Looks like a badly scratched 1945. So, not a 1943.
Very interesting read! Thank you for the new information.
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