Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Chip Kirkpatrick, Sep 19, 2020.
However it certainly appears to me that this wheat penny has a 5 for the mintmark.
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However.. The S mint mark took a hit
There is No reason for the US Mint to replace a letter S Mint Mark for a numeral 5.. There would of been thousands struck just like it and I'm sure it would of been known by now.
I think somebody needs to put a little more time into studying the minting and die making process if they are going to continue to search for errors.
You've been a member for awhile. Is this a serious question or did you just forget the smiley face emoji?
I believe the poster well knows the answer and was just sharing with us. My questions is what would the MM 5 mean? LOL
@Chip Kirkpatrick , you just failed the ANA course on "Common Cents"! Chris
kindly reread my post. I acknowledged it was doubtlessly damaged but nonetheless still looks like a 5. Please do not patronize me.
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