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1964 overdate?

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  • 1964 overdate?

    This 1964-D Lincoln Cent has what appears to be a 4 over the 4....what do you think?
    Calvin Goddard
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  • #2
    Looks like something scraped the top of it down lower post mint, I've seen a few like that and there's always other damage to the coin. In particular the striations on the top part of the 4 in the second picture set off the alarm in my head, looks like scratch marks I've seen before.


    • #3
      It looks like post-strike damage. Overdates are impossible after 1909 anyway.
      Mike Diamond. Error coin writer and researcher.