Ok, so I finally found some time to go through roughly 200 of my Lincoln Wheat pennies I've had for quite some time. While doing through them I came across what appears to he a lamination error on a 1944 both front and back. While looking At it I noticed what appears to be a number 8 towards the top of the letter N on the word cents. It also looks as though so
Lincoln is sporting a pretty weird collar on his nice suit jacket. Almost like part of a building or something. I'm not sure if this would be considered a minor or major malfunction coin/error. I'm not the person that feels an early retirement is coming up I'm fairly a pessimist so you won't hurt my feelings by telling me that my penny is worth just that, a penny. I would have just asked my father about it seeing as he's been a collector since he was a kid and has some AMAZING coins to look at but, he's not around so here I am. But I certainly appreciate the assistance you could give me to tell me anything you could about it.
I'm a single mom and Christmas is coming up so I would love to hear that it's gonna be an amazing Christmas BUT with that said, I'm not so sure I could part with a coin for materialistic bullshit that only gives me or the kids a couple weeks of satisfaction as apposed to the feeling of having something that not everybody gets to say they have. An amazing part of history to he completely honest. But man, so many of the new generations just don't see the value in a penny anymore, not even one that nobody else has.