Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by John H Hawkins, Feb 13, 2019.
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It has no value above face, sorry to say. It took a hit after it left the Mint. Copper/bronze is easily moved around when hit like this. But others are sure to reply.
The T took a hit due to circulation damage.
There is no reason for the US Mint to put a Y in place of a T...
Not a Mint Error
@John H Hawkins
Who gave you the idea that it is worth a premium?
No value more than face.
Youtube of course
The T took a hit and now it's damaged. No error, do not pass go, do not get any extra money for it.
No one I sell nothing I have im a collector I get joy in the hunt ill sho you just a few
Did you look close t is actually a y in yrust
I love you tube like I said not showing in coins I worth just in face value millions my friend
Apparently, you're a collector who knows nothing about numismatics, how coins are produced and how they can be damaged in circulation. You're the perfect type of person for BoobTube.
By the way, your use of the English language leaves a lot to be desired.
That pic Chris is that worth anything to you
The T is just damaged making it look like a Y. Most of your coins have been harshly cleaned. Just an FYI, that really kills the value.
Yeah it wasn't me i got alot of them how they are did you get a chance to see the 43 copper
I think they 53 is still cool though
Welcome to CT !!
Yup, saw the '43. Just remember for every genuine one, there are literally thousands of fakes. That one has an odd grainy appearance. Welcome to the forum, hope you stay around!
Thank you sir. My mom and I found it in a fire pit inside an old chimne it has fell down under the some loose floorboards I never every thought about getting it looked at I use to keep all my coins to my self one day I decided to go through them mom said in the stillness why are you hiding them let other people enjoy the beauty of them
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