1988 D Penny Mint (D) Error

Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by usmarble, Aug 5, 2010.

  1. usmarble

    usmarble U.S Marble

    Hi every one, I'm NEW in collecting coin's, so I found this 1988 D Lincoln Cent and at closer examination I found that the (D) on this penny has been struck through as an error.

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  3. Hobo

    Hobo Squirrel Hater

    Your photo is too small for me to see much detail but it appears to be post-mint damage (PMD).
  4. swish513

    swish513 Penny & Cent Collector

    i agree with hobo, pmd
  5. Billyray

    Billyray Junior Member

    PMD or it could be the plating splitting at the MM, which I see a lot and is another form of PMD
  6. 10gary22

    10gary22 Junior Member

    I thought the D might have been struck by something ? I only went to 400x and lost it, but my thought is PMD also. What does the reverse look like ?
  7. George mendoza

    George mendoza New Member

  8. George mendoza

    George mendoza New Member

    Hi I have this 1988 D penny. Looks like the D is a little larger than a regular penny but it is also silver or steel. What should I look for
  9. Gregory Y.

    Gregory Y. New Member

    I have a 1988 silver or something penny too but it has no mint mark here is a few other ones that is silver but the 1943 is a steel penny and i found this 200o looking like this and i have a no steel 1944 penny.
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