Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Teran, Oct 21, 2020.
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1982-D small date zinc no. 1 cent as mentioned.
1982 D small date in US coin Digest 18 Edition 2020, valued $6 but in auctions, it goes usually 10 times of catalogs price. How it could be 1 cent?
Yes, it could be a track and effect of Doubled Die in reverse also D/D in D mark in obverse.
So you’re saying someone will pay about $60 for a damaged 1982 Lincoln cent...? Sorry, but I don’t think so.
The base of the "E" in CENT could be the result of a grease-filled die.
$6 in what condition? Keep in mind that value will take a nosedive in poorer condition.
actually, I should say tens and thousands of time what I checked and seen in different coin sites; something around 50,000
Maybe on Etsy. Don't believe those foolish listings.
Your Cent is only worth One Cent in that condition.
Millions were struck.
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