2coins both 1982 d

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  1. Arizwak

    Arizwak Member

    are either small date? 1st coin are the first 4 pics below.2nd coin is final picture. Sorry for format! 4B81CBA7-91E7-431E-B451-4FF4B98550C3.png E1A903ED-2B70-462C-8FB1-5A60CEF0B604.png 86B8F1CD-97EA-4B50-B002-E77031111771.png

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  3. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    Large date..
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  4. cpm9ball

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    @Arizwak

    What I can't understand is why it would matter if it was a large or small date when the first coin is in such terrible condition.

    Chris
     
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  5. Arizwak

    Arizwak Member

    If it were to be a rare coin I assume it wouldn’t render a coin worthless because of low quality....
     
  6. Arizwak

    Arizwak Member

    But I don’t understand very much..that’s why I’m hoping some of you people who are experienced with this type of thing can help a noob out with some basics.
     
  7. alurid

    alurid Well-Known Member

    As to your coins they are both large date coins and quite sure the first one is zinc. The 1982-D small date cent is only valuable because it is make of copper and would look like a corroded zinc cent.
    A coins rarity can outweigh it's condition for value.
     
  8. enamel7

    enamel7 Junior Member

    The odds of finding a 82 D small date copper are astronomical! Forget YouTube videos!
     
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  9. Arizwak

    Arizwak Member

    Last two 1982’s ? Are either the sought after ? Thanks
    FB02E4BB-6CA0-4FBA-BB33-6EF365EA8693.png 9D462676-04AA-4C36-8E17-54E309DF9ED8.png 8A809776-19DB-429C-98B1-122173901FFC.png 0325690E-ECEA-4AAE-B45B-54F91B4CBF1E.png DFC73181-02FC-4FBA-BE01-D4B3278E8D9D.png Are either of those a small date!?
     
  10. enamel7

    enamel7 Junior Member

    No. Let's try this again. There weren't supposed to be any 1982D small date copper cents made. Only a few have ever been found. They were accidentally made from possibly a few copper planchettes left over in containers used to transport them. Stop watching YouTube videos!
     
  11. Michael K

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  12. Brina

    Brina Active Member

    I've CRH'd several rolls of 1982 Lincoln's that I've put aside.
    What should I be searching for: both 1982 and 1982D small dates? Thank you.
     
  13. Arizwak

    Arizwak Member

    What’s YouTube ?
     
  14. Michael K

    Michael K Well-Known Member

    None of the 1982's are worth anything.
    The 1982 small date Philly in zinc, and the 1982 small date Philly in
    copper has value only in the highest grades. It would be very rare to
    find a mint state coin from 35+ years ago in a circulated roll.
    They made 17 billion cents in 1982, they made so many that it surprises me they are even worth 1 cent.
    Denver ONLY made the small date in zinc. And so, if you were to find a 1982, Denver, small date in COPPER, then that would be a valuable coin. 2 have been discovered. You could spend 31 1/2 years looking through a billion coins, 1 every second 24 hours a day 7 days a week and not find the super rare coin. I hope that helps.
    (31 1/2 years = 1 billion seconds)
     
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  15. Spark1951

    Spark1951 Accomplishment, not activity

    @Brina ...8 bus. strikes, 1 proof for 1982:

    large and small date Philly copper and zinc,
    large and small date Denver copper and zinc.
    1982-S proof
    ( you will have to weigh them, the Denver copper small date is the one that is rarest with, I think, only 2 found so far)

    @Arizwak ...you should be able to identify the difference for yourself by now, you have been given the info and tools.
    Regarding YouTube...it is a website where anyone can post information and get paid for clicks. The problem is there is no effort made to ensure the info is accurate, or they make shocking statements designed to make you click, but winds up being faulty by omission.

    You can waste a lot of time there...JMHO...Spark
     
  16. Spark1951

    Spark1951 Accomplishment, not activity

    Put into perspective very succinctly, Sir!...Spark
     
  17. cpm9ball

    cpm9ball CANNOT RE-MEMBER

    That's the little brother of BoobTube.

    Chris
     
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  18. Michael K

    Michael K Well-Known Member

    You can't really count the small date copper Denver 1982.
    There's 7 varieties
    Large date Philly copper, large date Philly zinc.
    Small date Philly copper, small date Philly zinc.
    Large date Denver copper, large date Denver zinc.
    Small date Denver zinc.
    The 8th would be the 1982-S large date proof cent.
    The 9th, there are only 2 known 1982 SD, Denver copper.
     
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  19. Brina

    Brina Active Member

    Thank you for the 411. It was as I had imagined and not worth a separate labor :)
     
  20. Cheech9712

    Cheech9712 Every thing is a guess

  21. Cheech9712

    Cheech9712 Every thing is a guess

    Yeah
     
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