1982 small date

Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Samantha Sides, Jul 11, 2018.

  1. Samantha Sides

    Samantha Sides New Member

    I believe I have a 1982 small date penny I've read this this could be worth something but unsure if it's the right one ..I'm sure it's a small date in comparison to others I have..could someone with experience take a look at the penny and let me know?
    let me send a picture to them and see what they say maybe I can get a few opinions
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  3. l.cutler

    l.cutler Member

    Small date 1982 cents are very common and worth face value. It is the copper small date 1982 D that is valuable.
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  4. paddyman98

    paddyman98 No Common Cents! Supporter

    Or.. You can post the picture on this thread o_O
  5. Dave363

    Dave363 Supporter! Supporter

    Welcome to Cointalk
    Pictures are always welcomed here.
  6. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Well-Known Member

    You're probably all excited seeing a video on YouTube or a clickbait article.
    But in 1982 they made all types of pennies.

    With "small date" versus "large date" You're probably rushing yourself not looking at the curve going into the base of the 2. Take your time. You also probably want to see something on your cents that is NOT there.


    The 7 Business Strike Varieties (8 total with the 1 rare one):
    • 1982 Large Date Copper
    • 1982 Large Date Copper plated Zinc
    • 1982 Small Date Copper
    • 1982 Small Date Copper plated Zinc
    • 1982 D Large Date Copper
    • 1982 D Large Date Copper plated Zinc
    • 1982 D Small Date Copper plated Zinc
    • 1982-D small date copper (1 known to exist). This is the one all the fake youtube videos are made for thinking you can find one making it seem they are readily available and easily found.
  7. Michael K

    Michael K Well-Known Member

    There's also a 1982-S Large Date which is not included because it is a proof.
    As for the 1982-D small date copper, in other cases when you have this kind of off metal, or thin planchet, or wrong denomination error, an entire sheet of coins (I still don't know how many, 40?) are errors.
    But in this case, until another one shows up, it just appears as if a blank copper planchet that was left over was mixed in with the zinc planchets.
  8. Samantha Sides

    Samantha Sides New Member

    Yes I could but honestly if it'd whatI think I'm not sure if I wasn't too let the world know..since all my Personal info is on this form
  9. Samantha Sides

    Samantha Sides New Member

    I have many oh that year but I believe this One penny is dif. I foo feel I'm not experienced enough to judge how ever I do see it's not the same as the others I own
  10. Samantha Sides

    Samantha Sides New Member

    Would live to get a 2ed 3rd etc. Look In.. Thank you for f responding
  11. paddyman98

    paddyman98 No Common Cents! Supporter

    Good luck with your Cent.. we can't help any further without anymore information.
  12. Spark1951

    Spark1951 Accomplishment, not activity

    @Samantha Sides ...Welcome to CoinTalk. It is perfectly safe to post pictures on threads, no one knows your residence address unless you tell them. This forum needs you to post pictures to give opinions and information. What our members strive for is providing accurate information.

    If you don't post pictures, we can't help you...Spark
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