Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by tony esposito, Mar 7, 2018.
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a small crack in the e in one
flat states of
a cud on top of the shield
That's not a die crack. It is from another coin. Die cracks are raised.
Most likely from a weak strike.
That's a die chip not a cud!
DDD - Die Deterioration Doubling
The zinc plated Lincolns will all show defects at some point, and IMO, every Lincoln cent post-copper is an error/defect by design.
I think even if there was a real error, there would be 500 million of them,
and so it wouldn't be rare or have value.
You're really talking about Morgan VAMs right? lol
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