Per Stuckey's Book from coins submitted by A. Wayne Rowe and Walter L Williams
Note I converted grains to grams and in the book it also lists...
The weight is not right for a Henning? The Counterfeit’s Weight is ~5.4 grams while the Jefferson Nickel is ~5.0 grams....
I'm with "Paddy"
You have a later stage of 43s-6EL+1. It's listed in page "V" in the BIE Handbook.
It is not listed on Broken Die Errors/Cuds-on-Coins. If you want...
I need a date and MM to look it up. Might be LDB34-1956-001B
I think it's the LDB3 – 1987-001 3EL+
DIE MARKERS: OBVERSE – None Noted.
REVERSE – Die Cracks Top Left &...
It's listed as LC-85-8R in the 1997 edition of "THE CUD BOOK" on page 110.
It's listed on Cud-on-Coins as CU-1c-1985-02R....
BIE Handbook "Hardy Index" has 55 LIBERTY Die Breaks "BIE's" listed and Cohen has 35 listed in her book.
Connects are a section in the 1969 edition of “THE CLASSIFICATION AND VALUE OF ERRORS ON THE LINCOLN CENT” by Jean Cohen. In her book they are die...
Could be some new listings.
It's listed in the "Red Book" under COMMEMORATIVE, 13,012 were struck by the Philadelphia Mint.
It's a Spike Head, the nickname given to a die crack from the rim into any portion of the bust’s head. It shall be limited to die cracks found on...
Also a good site for Lincoln's
Not a token, it’s a 1936 hobo nickel. Can you post the reverse image?
It is a BIE. It’s located in the 4th position of LIBERTY. The criteria for a LIBERTY Die Break that is “A die break, “chip” or crack that is...
It's not the LDB4-1960D(SD)-010 4FH+.
Yours is a 4F+.
Your die chip extends both above the highest level and below the lowest level of the letters.
Did you look for a match?
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