1942 D over horizontal D Nickel! (maybe)

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Strike Vader, Feb 28, 2020.

  1. Strike Vader

    Strike Vader Member

    I have a few shots for you guys. I am wondering if this is actually a D over horizontal D. I just found it moments ago and went straight here.

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    Also, two of these kind of resemble the 1943/2 error
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    This I am probably imagining the doubled EYE variety. This one is hard for me to identify in general. Not likely anything
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    Anyway, let me know if any of these are errors I am hunting for. Thank you guys so much for your help
     
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  3. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    Maybe a small die chip on mint mark.

    Thank you for coming straight here! Good thing We are open 24/7 ;)
     
  4. Strike Vader

    Strike Vader Member

    I will continue to hunt, it truly is tough to find certain errors in circulation. Thanks again
     
  5. Martha Lynn

    Martha Lynn Active Member

    Hm. I thought the 42,43,44 were war nickels with the mint mark over the dome, not next to the building. The red book says they relocated the mint mark in October of 42. If that is the case, are there 42's with mint marks possible in both locations ? Now I am cornfused. One more cup of coffee perhaps .
     
    Last edited: Feb 28, 2020
  6. 2Old

    2Old Active Member

    Wartime Silver Alloy Nickels were first struck on Oct. 8th 1942. Both prewar composition and silver alloy were struck in 1942. If you have a Red Book you can check mintage of both types.
     
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