Jonescoins

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  1. The reverse side has no statue,an has been filled in where the statue would be.even the word One has misprinted, look at the O in One which seems to cause a misaligned.In the name E.Pluribus.UNUM. the E left side bottom,a form of crack spread to the building all from the surface of the coin.the die clashing is around in God we trust,as if Lincoln was wearing a hat and has a long Chinese beard.As you look at the clashing die ,down the back of Lincoln Back something is going on as all is coming from the surface which clearly.an I can see why you would say artifacts.;)
  2. The reverse side has no statue,an has been filled in where the statue would be.even the word One has misprinted, look at the O in One which seems to cause a misaligned.In the name E.Pluribus.UNUM. the E left side bottom,a form of crack spread to the building all from the surface of the coin
  3. I was seeing a break, which starts from the 0 an raise from the surface of the coin.then it gets wider as it connects with Lincoln chin,I was thinking clash of the way it went haywire around the the portfolio of Lincoln.maybe better picture or less light.however I didn't it was a beat up coin,I know wear and damaged some still seeable
  4. Thank you. I see that there is a issue with what I post .I really am sorry if I offend anyone,I really thought that it was a die break or die clash.I do understand that you don't want junk to be seen here .😞
  5. Hey guys:) well I found a 1980 d , that looks like a die break and crack.or is it just junk
  6. Just one to start with 👍.yes a 1972 D penny as the reverse side looks wonderful.oh did I forget get to mention Rare find 😀 just messing
  7. If the coin are inspected why the last person that punched mint mark if the coin is damaged why is it still put into population?.oh yes! I will post pictures when someone give me a good answer 😀. because some is overflowing the rim, where the reverse side looks wonderful for a circulated coin.im only saying even the texture of the coin feel totally different.maybe stamped overed or maybe someone can tell me it's on a different coin planch.
  8. Thank guys! In other words go with the program and rules, before making any claims before climbing the latter;) .
  9. Maybe that's where I'm really trying to understand.That if we can see D/S or S/D ,why is it that with a loope we see the same thing on the date .that we are seeing to much? As you can see I am trying to understand
  10. Guys I'm not fighting with you.im saying that circulation coins are useless basically unless they are super rare! This I have learned from you! So now I'm trying to find something super 😂 rare, beside I think it's a pretty good example.
  11. When I took the pictures,my camera settings go from 1 to 8 .I took these on 4. ..so am I seeing to much? This coin was used several times, it even has a D covering a D with a S on the tip of the D.clear image by date.1943above .so I'm asking have they really been destroyed? .
  12. It's a sample that things can be stamped over;)
  13. So if it would happen;) what would be a value? On that because of it's history?
  14. I'm saying that they last remaining was destroyed, or was they reuse some coins have been reused
  15. I know people has claimed it! Yet no proof
  16. Lol! No! I'm saying if you can actually see the 43 has been struck over by another date
  17. Hey you guys.i was thinking if someone comes across a Lincoln cent, with it be stamped over 1943 copper.what would be the value of that ?
  18. Ok thanks 👍 guys again for your help.always good information