1964 Lincoln Cent w Rotated Hub

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  1. MCPark82

    MCPark82 Active Member

    C565AB0B-7E6C-406A-8CD6-7294BB6AD01B.jpeg E7CD7925-D6C1-47C0-9B70-03E82C5FCD2D.jpeg 46C7405C-2401-4C27-9FA9-F4E29EF62ADF.jpeg 9AD78EA4-6F25-4233-A323-F86A723B8153.jpeg So the first 2 pics show the reverse centered and then flipped over you see again see the rotation next 2 show the opposite with obverse centered then flipped to see rotation. Not sure how uncommon this is but I thought it was interesting! It was surprisingly difficult to get the pictures to appear in the order I desired, it kept rearranging them but you get the idea.
     
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  3. cpm9ball

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    Wouldn't it be a rotated working die rather than a rotated hub?

    Chris
     
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  4. MCPark82

    MCPark82 Active Member

    Yea probably... sorry if I get terminology wrong and thanks for the correction! Does this type of error have any demand or is it moreso just interesting to see?
     
  5. alurid

    alurid Well-Known Member

    Demand / value for this type of error usually does not kick in until the rotation is at 90° or more.
    It is a nice example of a rotated die and worth keeping in your error collection.
    I find values for error coins like this are only what someone is willing to pay for it.
     
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  6. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    Slight Die Rotation.. Within tolerance.
    Also.. When there is a Die Rotation there is no way of telling which die actually rotated. It could of been the Obverse Die or the Reverse Die. ;)
     
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