silver rimmed 2005 US penny error ???

Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by rgmacdougall, Mar 1, 2006.

  1. rgmacdougall

    rgmacdougall New Member

    I received in change today a beautifully red toned 2005 US penny with a "silver" rim - is this a mint error? Has anyone in cointalk forum seen this type of error before ? Any idea of its value ? contact <>
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  3. Speedy

    Speedy Researching Coins Supporter

    Please post a photo----it would help lots so we can know what it is.

  4. rgmacdougall

    rgmacdougall New Member

    Silver Rimmed 2005 US Penny Error PHOTOS

    Here are the photos of the obverse & the reverse

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  5. Speedy

    Speedy Researching Coins Supporter

    It looks like it might be damaged....can you get any larger photo?

  6. giladzuc

    giladzuc Senior Member

    It is a strange coin , reminds my my unusual one cent which it's pictures are below:


  7. giladzuc

    giladzuc Senior Member

    In case of unseen linked pictures here are 2 attachments

    Your coin looks like a 'caught in half way' to be as that coin above.

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  8. rgmacdougall

    rgmacdougall New Member

    "Silver" rimmed 2005 US Penny (Better Photos)

    Here are 2 better photos - the blue cast to the rim is from the lighting conditions in this antique barn .

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  9. The_Cave_Troll

    The_Cave_Troll The Coin Troll

    The odds are that the copper plating on the cent has been removed (or worn off) and the zinc core is showing. No additonal value, as this is damage.
  10. Speedy

    Speedy Researching Coins Supporter

    it almost looks spooned.....

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  11. foundinrolls

    foundinrolls Roll Searching Enthusiast

    This is what one of the plated cents looks like after it has been caught in one of the components of a commercial, laundromat clothes dryer. Lookl like many I've seen that were removed from inside the "fins" of a dryer.
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  12. RedFernSF

    RedFernSF New Member

  13. expat

    expat Remember you are unique, just like everyone else

  14. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Well-Known Member

    plus the person that stated that actually has a coin as your link.

    They were not asking about an offset strike.
    if you look above on the thread you'll see completely different coin that has been damaged .. from 14 years ago.

    In 14 years the coin probably does not even exist anymore as it probably stared corroding and ate itself a long time ago.
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  15. RedFernSF

    RedFernSF New Member

    Oh, sorry, I am new and saw his profile image and got confused.
    I got it all now.
    Thank you for clarifying, I goofed.
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