1982-D Lincoln question

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  1. PamR

    PamR Well-Known Member

    I’m not saying small or large because I do see some doubling or at least I think I do lol. Not sure if this coin has something added to it reason being of the weight. I tried to take different angles. Thanks all.
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  3. expat

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    Pics aren't clear enough to see doubling or not. It is a large date. Copper cents were still being produced until late summer 1982, as you can see below, the weight is well within tolerance.
    Here is a list of tolerances
    US Coins, weight Composition and Tolererances.jpg
     
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  4. PamR

    PamR Well-Known Member

    Yes… I have many 82s of all kind. Others are 3.1 and just a few under 3. This one is just the odd one out of the bunch. The others, I can tell the difference, most of the time now. Lol. That one, with the doubling, it just made it look fatter than usual so was not sure. Thanks again.
     
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