Interesting cent finds

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by longarm, Apr 29, 2017.

  1. longarm

    longarm Just another Jewish Carpenter

    Okay, so I got the weekly cent finds and here's what was found this week. First off is a 1978, error or PMD? 1978OBV-1.jpg 1978DATE.jpg
    Next is a 1975, this looks like PMD, but welcome any opinions. 1975OBV.jpg 1975DATE.jpg
    And a 1948 S, I've never seen a mint mark like this before. What do you all think? 1948sOBV.jpg
    Last edited: Apr 29, 2017
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  3. longarm

    longarm Just another Jewish Carpenter

    Oh, I forgot one. Check out this 1968 S, looks like doubling on trust. 1968sOBV1.jpg 1968OBV2.jpg
  4. the s on the 48 might have a small die chip, or it is just pmd and got move. 75 and 78 looks like they took a hit, pmd. 68 s looks like machine doubling.
  5. longarm

    longarm Just another Jewish Carpenter

    I'll agree on your assessment of the '75 and '78, but respectfully disagree on the '48 s. I think it resembles the
    1948-S1¢ WRPM-004

    Description: S/S East

    Die Markers: Obverse: NNW/SSE die scratches between the upperforehead and the hair. N/S die scratchon the bust at the shoulder fold. Reverse: Die gouge on the left side of the T in CENT where both bars meet. Light die crack from lower right wheat torim.

    Submitted By: Albert B. Raddi
    CrossReferences: CONECA: RPM #7
    Wexler's image
    example1.jpg 1948sDATE.jpg
    Also, first image Wexler's, second mine. example2.jpg
    and lastly "Light die crack from lower right wheat torim. "
  6. I did not even check for that. You might be right, they look very similar. Lets hope you're right and I'm wrong.
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