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Jay_argampon
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1 cent

Post by Jay_argampon » Wed Jan 13, 2021 8:26 am

Hi Guys,
I'd like to share and taking advantage of the opportunity as well if those penny of mine have value?
Thanks!
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Re: 1 cent

Post by Jay_argampon » Wed Jan 13, 2021 8:42 am

Trying to get a better image
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coinguy
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Re: 1 cent

Post by coinguy » Wed Jan 13, 2021 8:43 am

Your showing two different cents but I don't know why you would think they have any value above one cent.
Can you elaborate?

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Re: 1 cent

Post by Jay_argampon » Wed Jan 13, 2021 10:07 pm

Hi Coinguy,
By the way thanks for the comment,
I apologize thought l uploaded the whole details of each,
I should be only uploaded one topic,
Let me ask this 2006 penny,
As you can see the portrait of Queen elizabeth has has doubling and die chips from her name and the riverse 2006 bet. 00 a die chips top of the 6 and the . Bet E&n on the cent and the leaf if you have notice and thru my discovery l can simply see those die chips their character in the background.
Hope this might be works.
Thanks!
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coinguy
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Re: 1 cent

Post by coinguy » Thu Jan 14, 2021 10:16 am

Jay-
You are confusing what appears to be zinc rot and discolouration for errors.
This is just PMD.(Post Minting Damage)
Even if there were some die chips, they are so common that they would not increase the value. I suggest that you read some of the online forums showing what true major errors are, these are what you should be looking for. They are readily recognisable without the use of a microscope. There are many minor errors that do not add any value to a coin as they are just too common. Your trying too hard to find things that aren't there.
Here is a forum that I refer to a lot. It shows US coins but the theory is the same for Canadian coins.

error-ref.com

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Re: 1 cent

Post by Jay_argampon » Fri Jan 15, 2021 5:32 am

Hi Coinguy,
You know what ? Your the best!.. That's the kind of ref. Im looking for, well this is my 2nd ref. you gave me, l'ym actually l'm learning a lot specially from you,
Really appreciate you!..
I will explore this ref. Coz l'm actually sorting my cAnadian penny, and l have notice that my coins has difdiff typ of metallic content in the same date of mint, so lm assuming they might fall under wrong planchet, if the basis is tge composition and weight? I got lots of 70's to 80's though
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Re: 1 cent

Post by coinguy » Fri Jan 15, 2021 1:36 pm

Not a wrong planchet.
2006 was a transition year where the RCM changed from copper plated zinc to multi-ply plated steel.
The mean weight of the copper coins was 2.25g and the plated steel was 2.35g so they would have a
slightly different tone to them.

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Re: 1 cent

Post by Jay_argampon » Sat Jan 16, 2021 1:49 pm

Sorry no no not this one, those 1973-1979 those are intended for foreign country, but im kind of need help identifying coz l have lots l only identify do far those from hunduras, would you mind helping me out bro?
Thanks!..


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Re: 1 cent

Post by coinguy » Sat Jan 16, 2021 7:59 pm

Of course, anyone here will be glad to help you out.
Just post a clear picture of both sides of the coin with an explanation of what you are looking for.
Important that you only post one coin per thread in order to save confusion.
Looking forward to seeing what you have.

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