Offered here for the collector is a 1958-P Lincoln Cent with Good Damage .
Damage on a coin is anything that alters it after it has been struck. It usually decreases any above face amount value the coin would otherwise have. Since value is ultimately determined by desirability, there are instances when damage increases the value of coins. Well known examples of this are Hobo Nickels, attractive toning, some counter-stampings, platings, colorizations, etc. The damage on this coin is known to be caused by a reeded coin rolling on this coin under pressure. This often happens in various coin machines. On this coin, the reeding very nicely followed the lapel of Lincoln's coat. The effect is that of a fancy coat, and the "earing" is nice too. If you'd like to have it, I'll send it out within one business day.
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