Found some Liberty error in Wheats

Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by uglyplay3r, Jan 13, 2018.

  1. uglyplay3r

    uglyplay3r Member

    IMG_4315.JPG IMG_4314.JPG IMG_4316.JPG IMG_4317.JPG Was checking out the rolls of pennies. Founds these pennies... and looks like tiny cud error on these pennies.
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  3. cpm9ball

    cpm9ball Cannot Re-Member

    A cud is a break on the rim that extends into the field.

    Sorry, but all you have is circulation damage. It might be a good idea if you learned more about the minting process before you start looking for errors.

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  4. paddyman98

    paddyman98 No Common Cents! Supporter

    Or ask first if they are actually Mint errors or not.
    Both of the word LIBERTY took hits outside of the Mint
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  5. uglyplay3r

    uglyplay3r Member

    Ya i was looking at some images in the internet and it looked like the bie error.. anyways thanks for the reply. will do more research for the future posts
  6. alurid

    alurid Well-Known Member

  7. SorenCoins

    SorenCoins Well-Known Member

    The 1957 wheaty is a BIE
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  8. uglyplay3r

    uglyplay3r Member

    I think paddyman is the expert here .. so it must be post mint error
  9. D-Train

    D-Train proof coin enthusiast

    As someone pointed out to me once, he simply responded PMD
    I had no clue what that meant at the time, but I do now, and proffer that as my opinion of the coins posted by the OP. :D
  10. Oldhoopster

    Oldhoopster It seemed like a good idea at the time.

    Welcome to Coin Talk. My strongest recommendation for anyone becoming interested in collecting error coinage is to listen to Chris in post #2 above. Learn as much as you can about the die making and minting process. You tube has some info like clips from the "how it's made" type of TV shows (STAY AWAY from the "get rich from pocket change" stuff . many are loaded with inaccurate info) and you can learn a lot from reading the archives here.

    The more you know about the minting process, the easier it will be to sort out the PMD and corroded coins. In actuality, even finding minor low value errors, such as clashes, cracked dies, and filled dies is not that common. If you're seeing 1 or 2 errors per searched roll, there's a good chance they aren't errors.

    When you think you have something, post it like you did (nice pics BTW). NOthing wrong with newbie questions, but when you see the same person posting the same type of damaged coins on a regular basis, they tend to get ignored over time (I'm not referring to you)

    BTW: sometimes you'll get responses that a short and to the point, with sarcasm thrown in. Don't take it personally. Some of these people are extremely knowledgeable, but don't always have patience. When you see almost daily posts about finding a 1969-S Doubled Die, it's hard not to be a little snarky. Best of luck
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