1992 D Double Die Date Penny

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  1. l.cutler

    l.cutler Member

    Looks to be a normal corroded zinc cent. No mint mark means Philadelphia mint.
     
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  3. 1972Cents1982

    1972Cents1982 New Member

    Thanks....what is corroding it?...and I am not sure if the D under the date was there or not prior to the hole.
     
  4. l.cutler

    l.cutler Member

    It is just the zinc corroding, it doesn't take much for it to start.
     
  5. TeeWoo65

    TeeWoo65 New Member

    I know that this post was over a year ago, but I just happened to come across it, however, did anyone notice that maybe her 1992 D penny was double struck. Clearly, you can see the second rim behind Lincoln, and, not for nothing, I do declare that I see the word LIBERTY struck a second time on President Lincoln's shoulder. Whoever doesn't see that is blind as a bat.
     
  6. TeeWoo65

    TeeWoo65 New Member

    I know that this post was over a year ago, but I just happened to come across it, however, did anyone notice that maybe her 1992 D penny was double struck. Clearly, you can see the second rim behind Lincoln, and, not for nothing, I do declare that I see the word LIBERTY struck a second time on President Lincoln's shoulder. Whoever doesn't see that is blind as a bat.
     
  7. TeeWoo65

    TeeWoo65 New Member

    I know that this post was over a year ago, but I just happened to come across it, however, did anyone notice that maybe her 1992 D penny was double struck. Clearly, you can see the second rim behind Lincoln, and, not for nothing, I do declare that I see the word LIBERTY struck a second time on President Lincoln's shoulder. Whoever doesn't see that is blind as a bat.
     
  8. TeeWoo65

    TeeWoo65 New Member

    I know that this post is over a year old, however, I am curious to know if anyone happened to let her know that her 1992 D penny is double struck. I don't know if anyone else noticed, but, I see a second LIBERTY on President Lincoln's shoulder, and a second rim struck behind Lincoln's back. I'm just saying....
     
  9. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    Just an altered Cent. Those are easy to make.
     
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