The cent without the date is totally bizarre.
Gotcha. I didn't know it didn't show up until after the coin begins to oxidize. It all makes sense now. Thanks!
You should call this one Anthony B. Susan.
P.S. Good work!
Thanks for all the feedback everyone.
Snaz - thanks for the advice. I actually probably won't get it slabbed, since I doubt I will ever sell...
From what I understand, it is called "wood grain". It is a result of the copper alloy not mixing together well. I started a thread about my coin...
The people that work at the coin store I go to have an attitude, and I don't even need to mention ebay!
So which CoinTalk member did I just add as a friend on Wirtland? I saw some nice coin and currency photos uploaded on there.
Nice coin, RLM! It makes me want to get mine slabbed...
TheBIGH, yes, I agree. I went back to look at my wheaties and I noticed a few more 25's...
That is pretty neat. I have found a 1913 and 1917 Lincoln in change, both within the last 5 years.
Here is a 1925 Lincoln cent I came across. I believe that this specimen is an example of wood graining -- although the odd colors could be from...
Man, this could be the thread of the week. :goofer:
That's quite a collection you got there!
That is quite odd.
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