Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Jimmy sanchez, Aug 14, 2019.
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Yes it is a small date. However, in my world the winner goes on date night. Not the loser.
So yes, it is a small date. And yes you should be taking her out. Sheeeeesh, kids these days!
Thank you sir. But this would have been a second week in a row of date night. We have date night once a month. Sometimes maybe 2. Itreat my queen right. So tell me. Whats something like this going for??
Just 1 cent
Now look for a 1982 Copper small date with a D Mint Mark.. Worth thousands!
In 1982 they started with copper planchets. Then later in 1982 they switched to copper plated zinc.
So it's a normal cent worth 1 Cent.
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Both are large date not small date
Take them off ebay if you listed them as small date!
YOU SHOULDN'T BE TAKING ADVANTAGE OF SOMEONE ELSE'S THREAD TO ADVERTISE THE SALE OF ANYTHING!
Geez, the nerve of some people!
@Nathan stroud, you're unlikely to win friends and influence people with that kind of beginning on CT. I suggest you follow the advice of @paddyman98, remove the listing, and of @cpm9ball and apologize.
I'm sensing that you may not be familiar with mint marks or the mints. If my senses are off, I apologize.
Your coin has no D (or S) under the date. That means it was minted in Philadelphia; in recent years, only the 2017 Lincoln cent (a copper coated zinc coin) had a P mint mark. A D mint mark means the coin was minted in Denver.
So, putting it all together, your cent is a copper-tin-zinc concoction (3.11 grams - a zinc cent weighs about 2.5 grams) that was minted in the City of Brotherly Love (Philadelphia). According to Numista (https://en.numista.com/catalogue/pieces42.html) a circulated small date 1982 [Philadelphia] cent is worth ("worth" meaning actual sales, I think; and probably in a third party grader container) between one cent and 17-cents. I'd subjectively grade your cent 'technically' at about a very fine (VF), maybe a little better. Market grade . . . maybe fine (F) to VF. But I am no expert on grading (and grading is so subjective!) so take that with a mountain of salt. The tricky part is finding someone willing to buy a coin such as yours for more than maybe two to five cents.
Note to self: He has no remorse! Otherwise, he would have apologized.
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