1957 Lincoln Cent

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  1. Tski90

    Tski90 Active Member

    Will I be needing to keep my day job? Picture_20182508022534.jpg Picture_20182608022629.jpg Picture_20182208022259.jpg
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  3. Oldhoopster

    Oldhoopster It seemed like a good idea at the time.

    Not if you can live off the 1-2 cent profit that a common wheat cent is brings.

    Seriously, the coin has a couple of die chips which was common on many cents from the 50's. It really doesn't add any additional value, but it is a cool find
  4. Larry E

    Larry E Well-Known Member

    I AGREE 1950s had lot of die chips coins the 9, 5 and in liberty . These are a few first 9&5 than B&E I know not very good pictures 1544315420996499331560.jpg 15443156301532117156111.jpg 1544315677542180180163.jpg 15443157856191885665901.jpg
  5. Bambam8778

    Bambam8778 Well-Known Member

    Yes, you have to keep your day job! I would throw that bad boy in a 2X2 though. I like die chips so I would keep it!
  6. Joe kool

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    What does 2x2 mean
  7. bsting

    bsting Never enough coins.lol

    The little square cardboard holders for a coin.
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  9. Black Friar

    Black Friar Well-Known Member

    Sometimes its harder finding a perfect '57. That being said, you can start a very cool collection of '57 errors. Come to think about it, I think I will. I'll call it my Heinz 57 variety collection. Damn, I'm good though I'm not a catsup user. Fun with numismatics anyone? Cheers.
  10. Kentucky

    Kentucky Supporter! Supporter

    2x2 coin holder
    Coin flip
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