Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by khalil elara, Apr 19, 2018.
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what do you mean normal never heard about it before anther thin can a set contain coins from two different mint like p&s in set i never seen it before
As @paddyman98 said, there’s nothing unusual about your coin.
They did not use a P Mint Mark until 2017...
You have a normal 1969 Cent with VDB initials... It's normal
i never doubted you i said i never seen one on other hand the other cent was minted in san Fransisco but bot are on the same set is it odd to have two different minted coins in one set
Yes, all three cents, PD&S were issued in Mint sets in 1969. The S was a circulation coin so was included in these sets, as opposed to a proof coin being issued only in a proof set.
thanks u answer my question my first time buying into sms mint setdo u mean that the s minted cent is circulated not min condition
If it's still in the packaging it's in Mint condition. I meant that the 1969S was a coin that was intended to be used in commerce as a regular business issue, unlike the "S" proof which was not. All of the "S" coins that were issued in "MINT" sets from 1968-1974 were intended for use in commerce as business strikes. That stopped in 1975 when they were only issued in proof sets for collectors.
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