1987 lincoln cent struck through grease and multiple eyes and heads.

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  1. robwv73

    robwv73 New Member

    have no idea of value .this for a while but thought it was just struck through grease .when i put it under microscope i was a little surprise.anybody know the value of something like this .i counted over 8 eyes.
     

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  3. paddyman98

    paddyman98 No Common Cents! Supporter

    Most likely plating blisters.
    Normal issue on Copper Plated Zinc Cent.
    Not multistruck and no kind of mint error.

    Worth? 1 Cent
     
  4. robwv73

    robwv73 New Member

    ty sir
     
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  5. robwv73

    robwv73 New Member

    how did he get so many eyes
     
  6. ken454

    ken454 Well-Known Member

    plating blisters, environmental damage, zinc rot, spend it..
     
  7. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Well-Known Member

    can you take a picture from directly above. Not at an angle. Check where the lens is on your phone and make sure it's directly above the coin.

    But I would think the plating blister, in the middle is blistered more, and you are correlating that part of the blister to an eye when it's not.

    ie, it looks "close enough" like an eye, although it's not. Thus ppl *always* want to correlate damage to something that is similar to what they are looking at.
     
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