Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Jimm, Jun 9, 2019.
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That would be normal Environmental toning. The clad contains copper mixed with nickel. It will change color when exposed to the elements.
A decorative item usually sold at souvenir outlets. I remember when the bicentennial came around in 1976. We had the bicentennial dollar, half and quarter plated and put in all manner of frames, acrylic blocks, what have you. It’s just a marketing tool.
I can't tell a thing from your photo of the '79P Suzy B's. Maybe you should save this link in your favorites. It covers all of the "Small Dollar" coins.
Many, repeat that .. MANY third party companies out there over the years have plated coins .. gold .. silver, etc.
One such that still offers the Susan B Anthony dollar gold plated is ==> https://www.merrickmint.com/susan-b...ted-u-s-dollar-historical-women-coin-set.html
they also offer nearly any and every coin plated in one way or another.
Sooner or later these coins can enter circulation.
You may want to peruse that website just to familiarize yourself.
Any got input on these
They don't look like this...hey what about the bottom left. The 2 in 1982 looks farther than the othes
The 2 being further on some more than others is because their were multiple Obv and Rev dies that made these cents. It is common.
You missed the point Any value associated with any coin is in it's condition.
There are only a couple 82 cents that are worth a premium most are spenders.
Photo is a little small.
Possible slightly filled die or a die polishing. This is pretty common.
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