1983 R or what? Penny

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Ruthlankford68, Apr 2, 2020.

  1. Ruthlankford68

    Ruthlankford68 Active Member

    When I first saw this I thought someone had plyers and broke it or hit it with something. But if u look at the mint mark it's not a normal looking one. Did the place they make these at possibly do this when mistakes are made to keep it from going anywhere but this one got away? A few globs on it too. Oppinions? Sorry if I put this question in wrong Dept. IMG_20200401_234521_8.jpg IMG_20200401_234439_3.jpg IMG_20200401_234432_4.jpg IMG_20200401_234248_1.jpg IMG_20200401_234126_8.jpg IMG_20200401_234106_4.jpg
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  3. Handyman

    Handyman Active Member

    It appears to be a plating blister not an R Jmo.
  4. Ruthlankford68

    Ruthlankford68 Active Member

    Ok. Thank you for answering.
  5. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    D mint marks on copper plated cents seem to suffer a lot with zinc rot.
    Your Cent is all damaged. Not a mint error of any kind.
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  6. Ruthlankford68

    Ruthlankford68 Active Member

    And thank you for the pics.
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