Paul Coppola

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  1. During the minting process when the planchets are coated with that ever so thin layer of copper errors sometimes occur. The zinc core is sometimes missing a portion or even all of the copper coating. If you find a cent that has no copper coating at all it is worth around $100. An example missing 50% of the copper plating is worth around $20 to $25. A specimen that is missing about 10% of the coating will be worth around $10. http://www.coincollectorguide.com/valuable-copper-pennies-and-zinc-errors/
  2. https://www.pcgs.com/news/authenticating-silver-pennies
  3. Thank you for all your help guys . I will go to a coin dealer monday to have it checked out
  4. I inherited this coin from my mother. Do you think I should get it graded. I’m new to coin collecting.