Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Mcoinguy, Jun 3, 2020.
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(By the way.. The $ symbol goes before the number)
I'm not sure I've ever seen an off-center Zincoln without the silvery pre-rot exposed. And that last digit looks to me like a '0'. Anyone else agree?
I say a 6
If it is 1980 then $6.00 - $7.00 and no more.
Cents that do not show the zinc core.
Some do, some don't - depends on the Mint, the
Press used, and the speed, among other factors.
.Depends on what country you are from/in. Some put the currency symbol at the start, some at the end, Portugal sometimes puts it in the middle where we would use a decimal point. Portugal two and a half escudo coins have the denomination expressed as 2$50. Yes they use the $ sign for escudo, just as mexico and some other countries use it for Peso.
Looking at it more closely, I say "profile of either Bob Hope or Richard Nixon".
And I stand corrected about the zinc-core issue. In the scheme of things, I certainly haven't seen that many off-center Lincolns, period.
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