Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Americanvet63, Nov 19, 2019.
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This is a test for the OP not for you.
That's actually really good photography by comparison to what we're used to seeing.
For comparison, what would a 62 year old ceramic pot (or anything else) look like after constant use with minimal care whilst changing hands thousands of times ? And keep in mind, copper is a lot softer than ceramic.
This is a rather common die break on Wheat cents from
1945-1958. On the reverse there are several scratches
including a huge one thru the "UN" of "UNITED". The
rim dings that are noticeable on the reverse are distracting.
So in revue, the "BIE" is a plus. The other mentioned
items are a big negative. Value of your cent is one cent.
If you ask my wife, I do something of value every once
in a while. Kinda like the blind squirrel finding an acorn.
I thought your test was for the OP? Tibor is not the OP.
Yes, that's what I thought. Oh well.
Reach out and touch someone. Anyone!
Last time I did I spent three weeks in the county lock-up.
she'll think we are nuts & never come back
Welcome to Coin(Nut) Talk.
If that's for me I'll start with the cashews.
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