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1959 P Cent - Too minor to catalog?

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  • 1959 P Cent - Too minor to catalog?

    In going through a roll of 1959 cents, I came across this minor double on the last T in TRUST that I don't see listed. Probably too minor but it may be of interest.

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    That's a great pic of that anomaly. You are correct in that it would be too minor to list, but I don't know if it hub doubling or just a dent on the die. You should hold onto it either way.
    Bob Piazza
    Lincoln Cent Attributer

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      Originally posted by mustbebob View Post
      That's a great pic of that anomaly. You are correct in that it would be too minor to list, but I don't know if it hub doubling or just a dent on the die. You should hold onto it either way.
      Thanks again, Bob. I had not even considered the possibility of a die dent, but it sure could be.

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