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  • Hi, Robert --

    Would you please post a photo of this coin so I can help determine what's going on with it?

    Thank you!
    Josh

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  • Hi, Rachel --

    This is a 1992 Wide AM -- the more common variety. On the 1992 Close AM, the bottoms of the "A" and "M" in "AMERICA" appear to be nearly touching.

    Keep searching!
    Josh
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  • Hi, Rachel --

    Here's a link to the attributed Kennedy half dollar doubled dies: http://doubleddie.com/919455.html

    I definitely see doubling on this Kennedy half dollar but I don't have the numismatic authority to officially attribute it. I...
    Hi, Rachel --

    Here's a link to the attributed Kennedy half dollar doubled dies: http://doubleddie.com/919455.html

    I definitely see doubling on this Kennedy half dollar but I don't have the numismatic authority to officially attribute it. I suggest sending this photo on to John Wexler or the folks at CONECA to ensure it is NOT just machine doubling and, if it is an actual doubled die, to attribute it as such.

    John Wexler: http://doubleddie.com/
    CONECA: http://varietyvista.com/

    Fingers crossed!
    Josh
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  • Hello, Rachel --

    Oh, yes -- please update me on what you find out about the cent. Please feel free to message me here!

    Would you please upload a photograph of the suspected DAD error? Maybe we'll be able to tell through the photo what's...
    Hello, Rachel --

    Oh, yes -- please update me on what you find out about the cent. Please feel free to message me here!

    Would you please upload a photograph of the suspected DAD error? Maybe we'll be able to tell through the photo what's going on with it...

    Have a great weekend!
    Josh
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  • Hello, Rachel --

    Wow, I love your sentiments on the penny and the piece you possibly have. I think this might be a lamination error based on the metal disfluencies. I recommend getting a second opinion from die variety and error expert John...
    Hello, Rachel --

    Wow, I love your sentiments on the penny and the piece you possibly have. I think this might be a lamination error based on the metal disfluencies. I recommend getting a second opinion from die variety and error expert John Wexler just to make sure. Here is his info: http://doubleddie.com/

    I'm hoping this is a real lamination error and not just post-Mint damage/porosity (I don't think it's post-Mint damage but we need to make sure!).

    If it's the Real McCoy, such pieces are generally worth about $10 and up.

    And, as you say, Lincoln wheat cents have become extremely scarce in circulation since the late '70s/early '80s. Finding a 1941 wheat cent is what hooked me on the hobby 25 years ago and I hope many others enjoy making these discoveries. You certainly do, and I'm happy you find the intangible value in looking for old coins like this.

    I hope you and your kids have a very Merry Christmas and that circumstances look up for you guys in the coming year.

    All my best,
    Josh @ CoinValues
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  • The long-awaited World War I commemorative silver dollar is finally emerging onto the scene after more than two years of widespread anticipation. While the last American World War I military veteran, Frank Buckles, died in 2011, there are many childr...
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  • Hi, Steven --

    While we can't provide any investment advice, nor are there any ways to predict what gold prices will do a moment or further into the future, it is true that many people invest in gold because they perceive it to have more stable...
    Hi, Steven --

    While we can't provide any investment advice, nor are there any ways to predict what gold prices will do a moment or further into the future, it is true that many people invest in gold because they perceive it to have more stable value than fiat world currencies. This, of course, is only perception -- it's not necessarily a guarantee, especially into the future. It's up to you to decide if investing in gold is worthwhile for you and advantageous for your financial picture. We can wish you luck!

    Best,
    Josh @ CoinValues
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  • Hi, Willy --

    While I'm not well-versed in war-era German coins, I do have expertise in Lincoln wheat cents and wrote an article about 1942 Lincoln cents. Here's more info about them: https://coinvalues.com/wheat-pennies/1942

    Best wishes,
    Josh
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  • Hi, Zulema --

    That's because the last year Lincoln wheat pennies were made was 1958. The Lincoln Memorial design was in use from 1959 through 2008.

    Best wishes,
    Josh
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  • Hi, Zulema --

    Yes, because your 1960 penny contains copper, it is worth about 2 cents for its intrinsic metal content.

    Nice find!
    Josh
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