Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by RelicKING, Nov 19, 2019.
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I don't know about 1925 D cents, but I wouldn't get it graded.
but not a high grade unc
A lot of circulation or possible die deterioration? I'm not an expert either. Seems like a lot of luster for a coin that has a lot of circulation wear. I'm thinking maybe a weak die strike. Where are you seeing a clash?
@RelicKING- Can I ask your history with this coin? Where did you get it?
Look on the reverse
You can see the outline of lincoln's bust on it or I'm just seeing things.
left wheat stalk is virtually either really weak or really worn.
but I'm always wrong about these old cents anyways
excuse my really bad mspaint drawing
Yes, maybe a slight ghostly figure. Good eye!
It has a lot of weakness in the strike and what looks like struck through debris /grease with a very worn die. Plus the Indirect Design Transfer on the reverse.
It looks to have a lot of wear but yet it seems to retain it's mint luster.
I ask for weight because it may be struck on a thin planchet.
it is one of the more interesting MS coins I've seen.
Even in low MS grades there is good value. But it also has special eye appeal and collector appeal for all the weird stuff going on.
This thread has been very confusing. You have to articulate exactly what you are look for on your initial post.
whats that even mean? lol..
I'd try it at PCGS or NGC if you got it cheap. 63 reds sell for 100-150
Welcome to CT.
Love the coin.
lol third rate / third world haha figured it was one and the same in this community!
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