Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Italy8686, Jan 14, 2022.
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But it's ugly though
FYI, it is not an error, it is a variety with many the same struck
Many of them?I think your getting confused PCGS has only certified 5 of the d's and a few dozen of the Phillys out of the billions minted.
Yes even in the shape for the op's example this could be hundreds to possibly a few thousand and up(get it certified).
@Mark68. The 94 looks like a normal find. The 92 is the cream. Congrats!
Unless I'm mistaken, I count about 80 from PCGS. All colors.
1992-D 1C Close AM, BN (Regular Strike) Lincoln Cent (Modern) - PCGS CoinFacts
Still a great find!
Is that a bubble or cud on the rim left of liberty
The dime is a Baber, not a S mint that I can see. Value tops maybe $4. Definitely place that one in a 2x2.
The Liberty 1933 copy type is selling for about $10 on e-bay.
The 1968 D cent runs about 5 cent in that condition. It looks like the E in Liberty took a small hit. There are 7 RPMs for that date/MM in Variety Vista and 2 listed in Brian's Varieties. See if yours matches by a detailed side-by-side copy & paste comparison.
1968-D RPMs (varietyvista.com)
Brian's Variety Coins - 1968-1989 One Cent Repunched Mintmarks (briansvarietycoins.com)
If the edge of the 1992 D isn't damaged or nicked and it's not a plating blister, then that spot on the rim might be the start of a pre-cud.
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