Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Morpheouss, Aug 15, 2019.
The D has an added extension(for lack of a better word)...just found it in my change...
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It appears to be a plating bubble. The copper plating used on todays cents are micro thin and can easily bubble under the right conditions. Very common on all cents from 1982 forward. But not an error of any kind. You might be able to pop it with a tooth pick.
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