Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by KaylaBaby, Feb 28, 2016.
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If it looks like this then it's a Clashed Die Error - not worth much
But if it looks like this it's a Vise job.... worthless. Not a Mint error.
Ok finally got it to upload. Can u see what I'm talking about now? Sorry my camera is of poor quality. I took it with my phone
I finally was able to upload a pic. Its not too great of a pic but hopefully u can see what I'm talking about. I posted to the thread with it a minute ago. Thanks.
Bad picture.. did you read my post #5 at all? Looks like you have a Vice or Squeeze job Cent by the way the columns of the memorial are showing on the Obverse side of your Cent .. not an error
On a vise job the details from the other side will show very strongly on the devices and weakly on the fields.
On yours the Memorial building appears to only be visible only on the bust, and strongly so, and not on the fields. That indicates a vise job.
Start your own unique thread with pictures.. Most likely you have a Die Deterioration Doubling issue on your Copper Plated Zinc Cent.
And the correct Numismatic Terminology is Doubled Die.. not double die
Even if you do have a DD, which I doubt, it's not worth what you or the You Tube videos have led you to believe. Show some photos. Clear close up photos of the whole coin on both sides. Until then, you have nothing. And then, after that, you probably have nothing.
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Struck through grease issue. Common on that same spot on many Cents.
Only worth 1 Cent
I have 3 other 1991 D pennies, those do not have this distinct line. Please help thank you.
Sounds like a Linear Plating Bubble. Common on Copper Plated Zinc Cents.
searching penny rolls. Would this be a error coin.
You've got a Halloween error. Pay close attention to Lincoln's eye. To bad it's only worth 1 cent...
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