Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Chip Kirkpatrick, Jul 16, 2019.
Is “WE” out of alignment or place or is it merely my imagination?
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I got multiple Denver pennies that look like that was just looking at a 1961 & 63 & I don't know about out of place well the E looks lower like yours.
Is the E lower or is the W higher???
I have found a few of these, and my understanding of these is that they are common enough that they do not carry a premium.
But they are certainly different enough to keep for "Show and Tell" with your friends.
That is interesting, Meow had not ever found a penny like that before.
So it IS an error but it’s NOT an error?
No wonder I’m so confused!!! Lol.
I need fine but is the W higher or the E lower? I think the W is higher but this is fairly common in commands no premium. Put in a 2 x 2 holder for protection and keep it.
I’m not seeking a profit and have never sold anything. YET. I simply enjoy finding the oddball coins and am trying desperately to learn which might be actual errors.
I have a 1908 VDB wheat that was identified as a POSSIBLE (and probably not) proof coin. If that turns out to be authentic than that one I’d probably offer to sell.
A 1908 wheat?
Sorry. Can’t train the nets no matter how hard I try. 1909
Just keep it like all your other coins. I tend to hoard. You should try it. lol
I think it was a physical blow after leaving the mint, so damage based on the faint image of the W under the real one and small lines and indents on the rim where the force was applied. The faint image was where the W was originally and the blow sheared off the top and moved the metal up a tiny fraction. IMO, Jim
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