Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Superloop, Jan 21, 2022.
Other than a few little battle scars it excellent
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@Superloop. It Appears to be some sort of plating issue.
It does not really have the same character features as a dryer coin, or and acid etched coin. I would consider it damaged and to have no value above face.
What is "whizzed"? (I'm a rookie on grading & terms.)
Plating on Cents didn’t start until they were mined from zinc in 1982. This date is .950 copper.
I've got one similar to that and was told it was maybe acid cleaned?
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