Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by mrweaseluv, Apr 21, 2021.
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I believe they also call it ghosting, but I prefer the fancy names.
The Negative: IMO it's plated.
If I'm correct I don't know what a TPG will call it.
Which is why it's sat in the box so long lol
yeah the die clash itself is a no doubt thing as for reprocessed.. IDK but I think I've leaned that way from the start (being why it has yet to be sent in)
Could you post a clear closeup of the area next to the ONE on the reverse. Thank you.
after reading that article, I have to agree that PIDT is shown but the die clash is there as well without a doubt.. Look by the C in cent you can see the exact neckline without the fuzzyness/ghostlyness of a PIDT.
put a magnet on it and see if it will pick up if it does you either have a war time penny thats been copper plated or you have a true 1943 copper penny that is worth
millions of dollars
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