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1962-D Lincoln Cent W/Multiple Images.

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  • 1962-D Lincoln Cent W/Multiple Images.

    Here is a 1962-D Lincoln Cent that I don't have any idea how it got the images it has. It has multiple images {both raised and incused}, and it all is on the obv.. The rev. is perfect. I would appreciate any opinions and comments on it.

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  • #2
    Looks like your coin was stuck in the collar and struck multiple times from a shifting die cap. That's my guess.
    James Zimmerman
    Coneca N-911
    Pennsylvania State Representative


    • #3
      The coin was struck once through a multiply-struck, dislodged die cap or detached cap bottome. There were numerous shift-and-strike events before the strike that created your coin. The normally-oriented incuse design elements are characteristic of such errors.
      Mike Diamond. Error coin writer and researcher.


      • #4
        1962-D Lincoln Cent W/Multiple Images.

        My main concern was that it was a mint error, so thanks Mike for confirming that it is.