1963d penny error

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by bryan santos, Jan 14, 2021.

  1. bryan santos

    bryan santos New Member

    As you can see 1963D penny with multiple errors the penny looks like it’s beat up but it’s not all the damages you seen is from strikes not from washer or dryer any help is welcome
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  3. Lueds

    Lueds Active Member

    Honestly, this coin looks a mess, pure and simple damage.

    If it was from extra 'strikes' as you put it, then it would match up with the attached overlay in some way. Nothing about this coin matches any part of the overlay, since there are no extra strikes. It is a big mess of post mint damage in my opinion.

    What I can see is apparent water damage, amongst other things

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  4. SensibleSal66

    SensibleSal66 Casual Collector / error expert "in Training "

    Welcome Bryan ! Definitely Damaged or PMD
     
  5. RabbiSchmooley

    RabbiSchmooley Active Member

    There's no way it left the mint looking like that. This coin has been abused lol
     
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  6. cpm9ball

    cpm9ball CANNOT RE-MEMBER

    There are billions and billions and billions of pennies that have circulated through mud, parking lots, urinals, etc., etc., etc. What makes you think this one is any different?
     
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  7. bryan santos

    bryan santos New Member

    Because you didn’t look hard at the coin it’s struck on a gold planchette
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    that’s not a pmd. It’s mint error.
     
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  8. SensibleSal66

    SensibleSal66 Casual Collector / error expert "in Training "

    Not ! It's just damage son and not to sound like an ass but it's PLANCHET not planchette. Gold doesn't tarnish .
     
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  9. l.cutler

    l.cutler Member

    Welcome to the forum. As stated, your coin is just badly damaged. It looks like it may also have been cleaned giving it that odd color. Definitely not gold, just a normal, but really beat up cent.
     
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  10. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    Amigo.. Just because a coin looks different, strange or weird does not automatically make it a Mint Error.
    That is not a Mint Error of any kind. Not gold.
     
  11. Kevin Mader

    Kevin Mader Fellow Coin Enthusiast

    Unfortunately, just a badly damaged coin. Take the input here from your fellow enthusiasts as data to refine your variety/error seeking eyes and help you along the learning curve of what to look for and what to reject.
     
  12. Sidney Osborne

    Sidney Osborne Well-Known Member

     
  13. Sidney Osborne

    Sidney Osborne Well-Known Member

    When Paddyman98 detected this coin...even he put it back in the hole...cpm9ball what is the world coming to...p98 your latest finds...anything?
     
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  14. Sidney Osborne

    Sidney Osborne Well-Known Member

     
  15. Oldhoopster

    Oldhoopster It seemed like a good idea at the time.

    While I appreciate your enthusiasm, why do you believe it's a mint error and not PMD?

    Many of the responses you received are from members who are very knowledgeable of the minting process and have extensive experience collecting error coins. As they have said, there is no part of the minting process that would have produced a coin in that condition. However, copper is a very reactive metal and your coin has the characteristic appearance of environmental damage.

    While there is nothing wrong with disagreeing with the consensus of experienced collectors, you really need to provide some information on what could have caused the error at the mint. Just saying "It's a mint error" doesn't cut it, unless you provide some reasoning.

    If you believe it's struck on a gold planchet, can you provide supporting information? Do you have XRF data showing it's gold? (It's not too hard to find a shop who has a handheld XRF unit). Where/when/why did the mint make cent sized gold planchets in 1963? Many annual mint reports are available at the Newman Numismatic Portal if you want to do some research? You can also study the minting process on the following link.

    https://www.usmint.gov/news/inside-the-mint/how-coins-are-made-coin-production-terminology
     
  16. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    Your coin is pure damage. Nothing more and certainly not an error. Welcome to CT.
     
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