1993 Lincoln Cent

Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Rodney Cole, Feb 28, 2020.

  1. Rodney Cole

    Rodney Cole Member

    Found this tonight, it's showing it's age a bit but I still think its pretty. WIN_20200228_20_51_46_Pro.jpg WIN_20200228_20_51_57_Pro.jpg WIN_20200228_20_52_05_Pro.jpg WIN_20200228_20_52_16_Pro.jpg WIN_20200228_21_51_07_Pro.jpg WIN_20200228_21_51_21_Pro.jpg WIN_20200228_21_51_40_Pro.jpg WIN_20200228_21_51_54_Pro.jpg
     
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  3. thomas mozzillo

    thomas mozzillo Well-Known Member

    Other than it being pretty is there a question on this?
     
  4. Clawcoins

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  5. Hookman

    Hookman Well-Known Member

    It looks doubled but it's probably just DDD.
     
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  6. thomas mozzillo

    thomas mozzillo Well-Known Member

    It's hard to tell if the zinc is showing by the doubling but if it is, IMO I would think possibly split plate doubling.
     
  7. Rodney Cole

    Rodney Cole Member

    Under the Scope you can see a bit of green oxidation so its very possible.
     
  8. Rodney Cole

    Rodney Cole Member

    I believe thats more than this coin deserves. :pompous:
     
  9. Rodney Cole

    Rodney Cole Member

    Hopefully the black death doesn't start showing. Maybe it will just stay this way after its sealed up.
     
  10. Rodney Cole

    Rodney Cole Member

    I can't seem to find any other strikes like this on the web and I haven't come across another like this that I can remember. I wouldn't normally card something like this but I can't stop looking at it.
     
  11. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Well-Known Member

    Die deterioration doubling
    It is extremely common on zincolns
     
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  12. Rodney Cole

    Rodney Cole Member

    I have come to that same conclusion.
     
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