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What makes this penny like this? What is it?
So should I do a gravity test?
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Well the 1975-d was one I was thinking of buying from a locaL collector. I’m more interested in figuring out what my nickel is.
How is it plated if a penny, should weigh 3.11?
Also what would make it underweight in the first place? Since it is not a tapered or thinly rolled planchet?
Have to be thick plating since I scratched it and it does not appear to be plated.
It’s possible the nickel is a underweight Planchet. However for almost a gram off it would be close to 20% difference in size unless the metal...
I’ve been in the jewelry business for over 20 years. I have a thousandth scale .001 that I have weighed all my coins that are off on to verify the...
I have a 1982 zinc that has the bottom part of ear almost split. I know what your talking about but I don’t think it’s anything special.
It’s $75 for the composition test alone and then additional for submitting and grading.
I can’t find a decent coin expert to save my life I got a nickel Louise 4.15 g and it is the exact same size as a regular nickel for that year. I...
Really I’m not gonna take the time just to weigh random coins so you can believe that my scale is accurate. You just have to take my word for it...
The only way that’s possible is if it was an underweight planchet and somehow plated with such a thick plating that I can’t scrape it off
Why is it every time I post on here people just point out some of the most stupid obvious reasons that it may not be what it is. My
I wouldn’t waste my time posting if it was that simple.
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If it’s plated why is it only 2.8g?
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