Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by young mag, Dec 13, 2018.
seen on obverse mint damage on date also on reverse has lincholn memorial instead of wheat back
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That looks like a corroded Cent..
Probably 1980 not 1930
All damage. Not a Mint Error.
It would definitely be a benefit to you to do some reading on the minting process, not only that but understand what coins look like when they left the mint.
I suggest you do some studying, the coin you posted is corroded and damaged.
It's a memorial cent, so it's no older than 1959.
I can’t even
Yeah, I second that.
This sure is interesting no wheaties on reverse. chance of coin being post mint damage their just the the that maybe it is real
Did you have a stroke while typing?
Looks like a modern copper-plated zinc cent. Not an error, just PMD.
i see two zeros after the 19 but i knew it couldnt been a 1900 cent so next closes number is 30 i we both know how a number 8 looks right. who knows it could be a experimental coin you never know
Yeah, that’s the logical explanation.
Seriously, grow up.
Everyone knows that 17 year old kids are the ultimate experts at everything and should never be questioned.
Kids like this make me eternally grateful for the kicks to the ass I received when younger.
Give it up...
good morning fellas.
And to you, sir.
Have you decided to turn over a new leaf and to start reasonably interacting with the board, or is the plan to continue down the same path of utter nonsense? Honest question.
yes .your right opening lines of communication is always a must. `listen just hear me out i came across a sure way to check verify this 99 coin. i got it done earlier just when was about to post i lost the images i am not very good with computers so it will probably take a minute but go ahead and try it your selfves. blow up reverse image of eagle cent magnify it tiil it covers all of monitor then i got one of the reverse images that i posted. well i dont know the correct term but you know how forensicts lab unit check spent casisngs like to see if they were fired from the same weapon. like when your playing black jack one card is up the other face down the slowly slide card off.the very bottom of the reverse of '99' i posted those dark areas spots is the very center part of ribbon that is on eagle cent u can also split your screen blow up reverse of 99'' i posted so that it matches eagle cent. i say like forensics do to the fact coin displays small surface lines that match or line up with eagle one cent like the 'E of 'ONE 'modern lincholn has a small hirizontal line in the center bar that line is actuall part of ribbon that is on eagle cent once u line them up you see it. thank u for your time and advice highly appriciate it let me know thevresult.respecfully ymag
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