Offered here for the collector are three Lincoln cent error coins.
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In 1982 the U.S. Mint started replacing the traditional copper alloy Lincoln cents with today's copper plated zinc cent. They struggled the first year or so getting the copper plating to stick to the planchets (un-struck coins). They improved, but today it's still considered a common error. The first two pictures show a 2000-D cent with so many Plating Bubbles it interferes with the design. The next three show a 2013-P with the largest Linear Plating Bubble this collector has ever seen. The last two pictures of the 1984-P show a very long Linear Plating Bubble and a nice forked Die Crack If you'd like to have them for your collection, I'll send them out within one business day.
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|Shipping / Handling Cost||Cost For Each Additional Item||Service|
|$1.75||$0.00||USPS First Class Mail (2 to 3 business days)|