Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by gianni, Jan 21, 2019.
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Picture would help
The most common answer would be that significant wear decreased the weight of the coin
I'll watch and wait to see what you do.
I hope this doesn't become one of "those threads"
1) uhmm? Lol
2) Pictures are highly recomended
3) What makes you think its steel?
If it is steel it should be obvious, you did state copper.
Perhaps because steel cents weigh less than copper and the weight is in the right range for steel, he figures it easier to declare it must be steel .
Your post on this site make it clear you have much to learn. Hope you take the time to do that.
Steel cent weighs. A 1944 steel LWC weighs the same as a 1944 Belgium 2 franc coin.
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