Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Arizwak, Oct 11, 2019.
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It appears the copper is starting to peal away along the entire edge on the obverse. You would be well advised to spend it before it completely disintegrates into thin air.
Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.
It's a damaged coin. It happened after it left the mint.
Not a major mint error..
Just a corroded cent.
Just garbage!.. Not even worth 1 cent.
You need to learn what true mint errors are.. Don't assume that something that looks different or strange is automatically an error
Damage is much more common than real errors.
Most real errors have a little value, but not a lot.
You might be able to pass it off as change and still get full value.
It probably costs more to make then it's original face value.
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