Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by COINWILD, Sep 18, 2019.
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So he can post 10,000 useless threads about them here...
He's looking for a pot of gold at the end of the rainbow, but instead of trying to learn anything, he wants someone to tell him what he has.
Do you see an error in this photo?
No this one is your opinion all My coins are therefore MY ART.
Denver only made them on zinc, so the 2 copper are super rare.
The other 17 billion are worth 1 cent.
Slight premium for the 1982-S proof, and 1982 Philly small date in zinc or copper in MS grade.
Thank You ...I thought small date 1982 and 1982 d copper Lincoln cents were considered errors ..the weight not sure over 3 grams the coin but it rings exactly at the tone copper pennies make.
You should use google or one of the many resources you have been provided here...these are rookie questions that are easily answered if you took 2 seconds to do some research on your own instead of, what @cpm9ball said, waiting for someone to tell you what you have.
You have VERY good ears.
Shrewsy, he's not looking for the needle. He's dumping the haystack in front of us and wants us to find it for him. If you go back and read most of his threads, he has done the same thing every time. He's not like you. He doesn't care about learning.
The one is that I can see. The 1982 D small date copper(3.1 grams) is the one you are wanting to look for. But don't spend your time just looking for it because its like looking for a needle in a haystack , without the needle being there lol.
That is a persons that see exactly what is going on and answered with full knowledge and is helpful and not greedy.
THANK YOU for your concern and Knowledge you have been very informative helpful and understanding..and Positive..THANK YOU
But there's really only 7 in the business strike set as shown.
I finally got the SD Philly zinc to complete my set. That one was tough.
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