Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Lady D, Sep 27, 2020.
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). And, it's holding its value: $.01
if you google "penny cent road rash" you'll see many examples.
Of course, since a road
(a) has various coarseness of surface;
(b) various coarseness of debris;
(c) various things running it over;
(d) various other environmental impacts,
the result upon its removal from that environment can thus vary greatly.
that is how I learn by asking stupid questions.
Your question was not stupid. But if you don't understand the answer, let us know so we can clarify. Any damage inflicted on coins once they leave the minting chamber do not add value to the coin. Damaged coins are not errors or varieties. Most mint errors do not add much value either. Varieties can be valuable.
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