Lincoln cent how was this coin damaged acid or dryer ?

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  1. COINWILD

    COINWILD Active Member

    Any and all information on how this condition is caused is Appreciated Thank You
     

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  3. alurid

    alurid Well-Known Member

    Damaged, the cause it really just anyone's guess.
     
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  4. COINWILD

    COINWILD Active Member

    Thank You for your concern and information.
     
  5. COINWILD

    COINWILD Active Member

    A die cap error happens when a coin sticks to the die and strikes more coins. As it continues to strike more coins, the cent that is stuck to the die becomes shaped like a bottle cap, hence the name "Capped Die". Some collectors will refer to these as Bottle Caps or Mushrooms
     
  6. COINWILD

    COINWILD Active Member

    A Reverse Die Cap?
     
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