Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Autoturf, May 22, 2019.
I bought this, what are the chances of a wide am?
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This is the order of the most rarest, to the least rare.
So even if it was a Wide AM, it's really not a big deal. The 92's are the most
1. 1992 Close AM
2. 1992 D Close AM
3. 1998 S Close AM
4. 1999 S Close AM
5. 1999 Wide AM
6. 1998 Wide AM
7. 2000 Wide AM
Was not the question, lol, I don't want to take it out of package, im going to put it in my chest, I did not know if the first strikes could go either way, just for my own knowledge. im going to put it in the chest.
probably a close am from viewing other ones. thanks Michael.
To the best of my knowledge no Cheerios cent has ever turned out to be a Wide AM and the Wide AM's were discovered later in the year so very unlikely they would be found on the early pieces struck in 1999.
Thanks, that's what I was thinking too, its a bit of a novelty.
It's just a novelty coin due to the packaging, otherwise it was a sales gimmick to boost sales of Cherrios.
I almost doubted you, but then remember the small die gouge or die chip was on the Sacagawea.
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