Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Electron John, Jun 26, 2017.
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Well, if the date is the same from both impressions, which I see no reason to doubt, it is not hard to envision this occurring.
A minted dime could find its way back into the stream of blanks for any other denomination rather innocently (incomplete emptying of carts, porta-hoppers, or whatever other containers they use to move product between different stages of manufacture), and from there it could easily fit into the coining chamber of the larger Lincoln Cent.
I have seen about a dozen of these over the years. They range in price from $800.00 - $1200.00
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Cent on a Struck Dime, or 11C Piece.
There are thousands of them known.
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