1988-D Lincoln Memorial....

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  1. BBoy1503

    BBoy1503 New Member

    I'm posting this 1988-D Lincoln Memorial Penny... I hope the pictures are clear enough, to be able to see the details in the coin...I know the coin isnt in very good condition, nevertheless, was wondering if maybe was struck on a different planchet, or is this more post mint damage? Screenshot_2020-08-09-01-17-14.png Screenshot_2020-08-09-01-17-02.png Screenshot_2020-08-09-01-16-51.png Screenshot_2020-08-09-01-16-37.png Screenshot_2020-08-09-01-15-35.png Screenshot_2020-08-09-01-15-27.png Screenshot_2020-08-09-01-15-05.png Screenshot_2020-08-09-01-15-21.png Screenshot_2020-08-09-01-12-08.png Screenshot_2020-08-09-01-12-00.png
     
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  3. l.cutler

    l.cutler Member

    Pretty poor pictures, but I see nothing to indicate anything out of the normal. There appears to be a lot of zinc rot and plating issues of a normal copper plated zinc cent.
     
  4. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    Just a normal copper plated zinc Cent with environmental toning damage and plating damage.

    Get yourself a gram scale. Copper planchets weigh 3.11 grams and Copper plated zinc planchets weigh 2.5 grams.

    Years 1909 - 1982 weigh 3.11 grams
    Years 1982 - 2020 weigh 2.5 grams

    1982 was the year they switched to copper plated zinc so you will find them in both weights.
     
  5. Robert Ransom

    Robert Ransom Well-Known Member

    Environmental damage, PMD and plating issues.
     
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