Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Aceweldinh, Aug 10, 2018.
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Looks like a few die chips, must have been struck with a die that was nearing the end of it's run. I don't believe there would be any extra value associated with them though.
can you please list out what "errors" you see with your cent?
Leaving it up to us to Guess what's in our head may not let us inspect what you think you see.
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All I see are a few die chips and a nice looking coin. JMO
The B in LIBERTY and the 5 in the date have Die Chips. These were common on Cents minted in the 1950's. I have about a dozen in my collection. There are some other Die Chips on other areas.
These are what I found
OK, obverse has two die chips. Reverse marks I believe are just slight damage but some may be die chips as well. Die chips were very common on Lincoln cents of this time period.
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