1982 D copper small date

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  1. Sherie

    Sherie New Member

    CF369F5D-66DA-44A0-8143-B8606300316E.jpeg image.jpg A2321486-99C0-410B-87F9-6FEB532B57B2.jpeg I’ve seen these are collectible. Not sure where to get it appraised or if I should. Pretty new to the coin world. Any advice or help would be greatly appreciated
     
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  3. Double Die

    Double Die I know just enough to be dangerous

    Welcome to CT.

    That is a large date D copper in well worn shape and worth one cent. Please disregard almost everything you've seen on youtube as it is mostly misinformation. If you want true answers, come here first. As long as you're willing to learn as you go, you'll get along fine. There will likely be more chiming in with more info so you may want to take notes???
     
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  4. spirityoda

    spirityoda Coin Junky Supporter

    yours is a large date... look at the 8 it goes past the black line. look at the 2 totally looks bigger.

    small date copy.jpg
     
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  5. Sherie

    Sherie New Member

    Thank you for the information I appreciate it. I’m all about learning
     
  6. Sherie

    Sherie New Member

    Thank you for your information I appreciate it
     
  7. Michael K

    Michael K Well-Known Member

    With the 82, I'm not so sure the date is actually physically bigger.
    And that it just may be the name for the LD SD varieties.
    On the 1960 the small date is smaller than the large date 1960.

    Because the 2 on the 1982 SD (which is the key marker) looks larger than than the 2 in the large date, and that might be some of the confusion.
     
  8. Sherie

    Sherie New Member

    Thank you for the information I appreciate it.
     
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