Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Dtort, Oct 18, 2020.
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Appears to be improperly mixed alloy. Nice looking cent for sure.
That's what's intriguing... the gap between 66 and 67. I acquired several MS 1938-s a while back, sent one to ANACS that came back as MS66RED, and that one isn't as "pretty" as this one. (I didn't sent the pretty one because the one sent was supposed to be a FS-502 variety. It wasn't).
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The definition of a Red Brown copper coin is a coin that contains from 5% to 95% Red surfaces.
The definition of a Red coin is a coin that has at least 95% Red and up to 100% Red surfaces
the coin imaged I believe will still get RD.
My avatar picture 1915P would fall into RB I also believe and isn't 95% red.
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