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2006-D penny.

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  • 2006-D penny.

    Well, I just found this penny with one side looks like proof, and the other side is normal. Am I right? Your thoughts and opinions would be greatly appreciated.
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    Strangely enough, I have found multiple 2007 and 2006 cents with a proof-like reverse. I think it probably because these coins are that ones that were struck earlier on in the use of the dies.


    • #3
      I agree, but why only one side has a proof like and the other not


      • #4
        I wouldn't call it proof like - the planchet is shiny, but the characteristics stop there and do not take on the qualities of a proof die. And it does seem like a mid 2000s Lincoln cent phenomena.
        Jason Cuvelier

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