1941 penny PMD or die error?

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by William Horton, Jan 26, 2021.

  1. William Horton

    William Horton New Member

    I have found a 1941 Lincoln penny with a strange curly “9” on the bottom rim. Also the “E Pluribus” on the reverse is light and a die gouge underneath. Help I don’t know what I’m doing yet. TIA 13D19738-3861-424A-9869-A5FA337B4F6D.jpeg 3418320A-D40F-4777-9F52-DDA76921D700.jpeg 98B86512-8F47-4CB0-9D6A-DCA517734237.jpeg 1B4A18F1-10F1-4911-A7B3-A5B632FC6263.jpeg
     
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  3. paddyman98

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    Obverse..
    The upraised rim took a hit pushing the metal upwards into the field.

    DEFDAM - Definitely Damaged post Mint

    Reverse..
    Circulation wear and tear.

    That's not a Die Gouge. A Die Gouge would show raised on the coin.
     
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