Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by UnforGettable1, Sep 12, 2017.
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It's a wide am. Hey. You shouldn't only look in the am in America. You should also look at the A in states. Check this out. The A in States will be closer to the T on your right, the wide am the A in States will be centered. Equal distance between the two Ts. Much easier than lookin in the Am in states.
So is this coin spender or keeper? Worth anything?
Wide ams are a penny. Should be worth less because it's zinc, but that's just half the people here that will agree with me.
You posted these again.... why? Aren't pleased with my answer? I know what I am talking about....
I trust u i can see that its the wide. I just felt something was significant about this one. Idk
The only thing I see is plating issues on the reverse. I strongly believe this is just worth a cent.
What are you seeing? And where?
The doubling you see on your Copper Plated Zinc Cent is known as
DDD - Die Deterioration Doubling. Not a true Doubled Die.
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