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1959-D Lincoln Cent - Struck Thru or a Lamination Issue?

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  • 1959-D Lincoln Cent - Struck Thru or a Lamination Issue?

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    Here is another 1959-D that I pulled out of the same mint bag. Does it look like a strike thru as well?
    Or is it simply a planchet / or some sort of weird, suction cup lamination issue.

    I look at this pothole below the LIBERTY and again wonder what sort of debris can cause these issues without leaving much behind. The copper in the pit must have disintegrated and fell out over time.

    When I open these bags, I dump the coins in plastic containers. When the coins are gone, I tip the bucket upside down and tap it to see if there is any debris, usually easy to spot on white paper.
    Same with the bag, it is turned inside out, and any debris falls onto white paper.

    No such luck with finding anything that would be a match. If the debris was loose, it high-tailed it on another route and hid in another bag.
    Last edited by MintErrors; 05-20-2016, 11:49 PM.
    Gary Kozera
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    It appears to be a struck-through error. It's impossible to determine the nature and origin of the foreign matter responsible for this indentation.
    Mike Diamond. Error coin writer and researcher.

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