Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Leesee, Jan 12, 2019.
Under the L in Lincoln? Curious...
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You mean LIBERTY.. 1983 Cents are Copper Plated Zinc planchets..
what you have are gas bubbles
In all copper Cents they are called Occluded gas bubbles
Thank you, is it worth collecting, common, or worth anything?
It's rather common and has no added value. In fact, it's possible that those will pop down the road and the zinc below will begin to rust. Feel free to spend it; you'll find more over time.
Plating bubbles. Common. Spender.
A nice zinc plating bubble. Don't puncture it. The coin will rot faster than normal.
Ty for your advice, I don't think I could though. It's really hard, lol
Easy to puncture the bubble...use an old sewing machine needle.
But if you are keeping it, don't do that!...Spark
Even a toothpick has been know to pop a plating blister.
Okay, ty both
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