Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Nateland Denny, May 28, 2022.
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You won't find that issue in any of those websites.
I just want to make it clear that the blisters on the Cent in question occured after the cent was minted. The website info you provided is on bubbles/blisters that occur before. There's a huge difference.
Ok,so basically zinc deterioration over the past 29 years.
@Mark68 read @paddyman98's comment above,I made the same mistake.
I agree that it looks like corrosion. Monkey pox or what @paddyman98: would say soaking in a puddle of urine.
That's hard to say.. The cent could of been perfect for 28 years then a year ago it was exposed to something that caused the bubbles
It really doesn't matter when it occurred. It just did.
You beat me to it, lol
Must have went to Europe to that "party"!
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