Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Kristymarie0816, Jul 11, 2020.
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That’s got to be the coolest 5 ever. Beats the fatness out of the 1936 cent
@Kristymarie0816. The cent coin you are showing us is just PMD, or post mint damage, having happened after it left the mint. Copper is a very soft metal and simple hits and strikes can move and change the appearance of the coins. While your photos are good for the question, it is usually appreciated when you post full obverse and reverse of your coin. Sometimes the opposite side can affirm or deny somethings. Thank you for posting Full Image and not thumbnail. Many here don't like links or thumbnail photos that they have to manipulate to actually see the coin. As mentioned above, most "unsearched" bags or rolls of coins have been gone through, so finding that million dollar prize, or any, is highly unlikely, but like you, I enjoy going through a pile that I've not seen before. It's about the hunt, isn't it? Good luck.
BTW How long have you been collecting and what is your main area of interest. Mine is Buffalo nickels (Bison to be PC. LOL)
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