Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by adelaide888, Jun 5, 2020.
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Thanks for looking. If the fibers were coming directly out of the coin, would there be any value to the coin?
@alurid, a small lamination crack and fibers got stuck to it.
Yes.. Still 1 Cent
As a lamination error coin, it would depend on the buyer.
A 1935-S Wheat cent is worth more than one cent, unless it is horribly damaged, which this is not. A very minor lamination error doesn't add much value (if any at all), but it can be interesting to some. Granted, it's not an extremely valuable coin or error, but it's worth more than face value.
I know coin shop owners that have albums with minor mint errors. I admit I've paid $1.00 or $2.00 for them.
I'll do that. They are fibers-- I can move them with a pin. But they're somehow anchored in this penny.
I painted it-- so thank you. I'll take "intrigued."
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