Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by BadApple, Jan 27, 2023.
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Oh, and BTW, there is no added value for this production defect…imo…Spark
Plating Blisters (error-ref.com)
PS, 1990D is not one of them.
They'd be better off just making them out of one material. One yeners in Japan hold up 100% better compared to the 83' and newer US Penny. I don't think the two metal's stay together well over the test of time.
I have never had a post 82 cent degrade when in a controlled environment. It is everyday use that degrades the coins, cup holders, ground, etc.
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