Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by SteveO55, Nov 29, 2018.
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That my good sir, is a memorial cent (1959 - 2008). They can commonly be found in change from stores and restaurants in the United States.
What is the hacking in the collums
Just looks like some form of general damage. Nothing special I would expect.
Damage or as we call it PMD. Post Mint Damage as it happened after it left the US Mint. Only worth spending value.
So then not a "Lincoln Memorial Reconstruction" variety cent?
Just looks like damage from time spent in circulation. Definitely not something that occurred at the mint.
Looks like it is in need of repair for sure.
Is that doubling in united states of America
Damage on your coin is what I call an ATM error! ( Asphalt Test Marks) Welcome to CT. BTW try to be specific on the issues you are looking at and post pics of obverse and reverse. This helps take the guess work out of it.
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