1977 lincoln d penny error

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by TheMack, Feb 22, 2006.

  1. TheMack

    TheMack New Member

    I have a 1977 lincoln d penny that is 2 coins pressed together a slight off center.On the back of the 2nd coin is the original back of the lincoln memorial and on the front of the first coin is the original front of lincoln with the lincoln memorial back stamped over the front. Is this a normal error and does this coin carry any kind of value?

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  3. Speedy

    Speedy Researching Coins Supporter

    It is damaged--someone who had too much time on their hands took 2-3 coins and stacked them on top of each other and then covered them with a piece of leather and then hit them with a hammer...that is what will cause this type of damage.

    Sorry it wasn't worth anything.

  4. bga27

    bga27 New Member

    still an interesting piece! If I had something like that, Id keep it and start a collection of ones like that!
    just my 2 cents
  5. Just Carl

    Just Carl Numismatist

    I agree to start trying to collect stuff like that. Therer are actual error coins and then there are the fun ones. Yours is the fun type. There are also lots of 2 headed or 2 tailed coins used by magicians or cheats for flipping for coffee. Someone got me on that one. Then there are the ones flattened and actually sold as novelties. Have you seen the one with Kennedy's face next to Lincoln on the penny? My favorite is the copper plated 1943.
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  6. Chad75

    Chad75 Member

    Hey there Just Carl. I found this one while roll hunting. Not a valuable piece, but who's in it for the money, right? Aloha, Chad.

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