Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by Justin fields, Sep 13, 2017.
What is up with this color?
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Coins resembling that one are stored underground.
Meaning. Environmental Damage. The clad layer changed color due to long exposure to sand, soil, dirt, water, heat
It is not copper and not a Mint Error
Here is an example I found metal detecting.
I have found hundreds like it over the years
Thanks I figured just wanted to check. I gotta get a scale got some 1982 d pennies that look of copper with small date.. well my brother has em.
metal detecting coin
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