2000 D error or dreaming??

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Bonnie B Viveiros, Feb 21, 2020.

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    Is there something here?
     
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  3. Martha Lynn

    Martha Lynn Active Member

    What exactly do you think is there ?
    If it is for example a close am then it is not there because that is what is expected on those .
     
  4. The color is way off
     
  5. Martha Lynn

    Martha Lynn Active Member

    What is it that you think is there, if you please ?
     
  6. Martha Lynn

    Martha Lynn Active Member

    Oh, I see. Well I am certainly not an expert , but coins will take on darker colors out in the wild for many reasons.
    Mainly due to environmental reasons.
    Contact with various things such as
    oh, chemicals and such.
     
  7. I don't know
    I was wondering if there might be a reason it is a different color..
    None of the other cents I've seen are this color
     
  8. G..thanks for helping
     
  9. Martha Lynn

    Martha Lynn Active Member

    I can't answer your question. My only academic experience was teaching a 3
    week course in Chinese calculus to dyslexic pigmies from the southern
    Amazonian basin while at the central
    university of the northern Anchilles.
     
  10. thomas mozzillo

    thomas mozzillo Well-Known Member

    Zincolns tone in many colors. IMO your coins appear to be normal. No added premium.
     
  11. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    Just normal toning.. bad dream :nailbiting:
     
    Last edited: Feb 22, 2020
  12. Martha Lynn

    Martha Lynn Active Member

    In case any one was wondering, I did not set out to respond with a smart aleck response to that post. I tried to throw out some general info based on my limited knowledge. But I soon got the feeling I was being trolled. I can't
    believe some one never got change from a cashier and didn't notice the pennies looked different in color.
    Really ? I probably noticed that when I was 5 years old.
     
  13. frankjg

    frankjg Well-Known Member

    I blame debit cards
     
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  14. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    Error or dreaming? I'm going with dreaming.
     
  15. JeffC

    JeffC Well-Known Member

    For 1998 to 2000, it's the Wide AM that we should be on the lookout for.
     
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  16. Mountain Man

    Mountain Man Well-Known Member

    Just environmental toning and nothing special. You should probably also weigh your coins on a good scale to see if there is a significant weight difference.
     
  17. dlts

    dlts New Member

    Don't worry about it. I remember going to a coin dealer 'back in the day' with some very pretty-colored coins, and when asked what I thought was the issue with them I told him that the colors were unusual. Well, the response wasn't the nicest or what I'd hoped for. Sometimes it's best to do what research you can on your own before you come to places like this, but this IS a good place to come to when you need to. Keep your eyes open!
     
  18. dlts

    dlts New Member

    Ha! I've had them too!
     
  19. richbeat

    richbeat New Member

    Looks like a brass plated cent, where zinc was present in the plating solution and dissolved into the solution over time.
     
  20. Thanks for all of the positive response..
    I now know I have encouragement here
     
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