Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by CeciliaS81, Sep 14, 2018.
Thanks in advance
This is a 1944 S wheat penny
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Thank you to everyone and anyone who adds to this thread. I have much to learn
https://www.ebay.com/itm/24K-99-9-G...307467?hash=item33efe8400b:g:iGEAAOSwNlFbURw2. I've never seen or heard of real $100 bills being plated in gold...link?
And BTW, you 1944-S wheat cent is just 'toned' from the environment it was in. This is one I like:
Are you referring to a gold plated penny? I have a few gold plated quarters but I don't think they are uncommon or special. Or are they? I thought again they were plated just for looks but didn't change the the value. Is this wrong?
@Kentucky I'm getting forgetful but wasn't 1992 the year they made the "Yellowjacket" cents? Improper alloy that made them look like gold or gold plated?
Honestly not sure.
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