Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Rarecoins247, Jan 24, 2020.
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Besides being a spender, 1 cent value.
It's nothing but damage, spend it or admire it, the facts wont change.
So that one we saved.
Oh darn.. My pants are on fire!
Welcome to CT!! If you find loose change in a parking lot, especially if it was there for a little while, it will usually display similar damage. Time, material, parking lot conditions, weight of vehicles can all factor in on the look. I'm sure someone here has a cent that has been run over by a train; flat and elongated. Of course, you can do an inexpensive experiment by taking some cents (pre and post 1982) and scatter them in a parking lot and then return after a bit to collect what's left. You'll see a striking similarity. Damage becomes pretty easy to spot.
Just checking our credibility I hope.
The Truth will only slap you in the face, until you believe it.
Now that line there reminded me of something Bob's arm tavern would say.. "A piece of art"
Didn't that guy have 2 or 3 accounts? Started with a L, was it Lahti?
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