It may be 199? Just curious what your thoughts are about this.
Neat grease filled die. Looks like 1995 to me.
Looks like a legitimate strike-through error. Has some value due to the novelty of affecting the date so significantly and not affecting much else. I would guess a value in the low double digits, maybe $10-30.
@JBK I thought so too. Thanks
@jonathanb thank you.
@ERingus .... Nice pictures and an interesting find since the date is almost invisible due to likely a grease filled die. That would be a keeper in my 'special' folder if it were mine. Cheers, RickO
@ERingus .... Your 1995 is just an environmentally damaged cent. The 1918 has seen a lot of commerce... as well it should have for 104 years in pockets, purses, countertops, hands and many other active environments. Cheers, RickO
@ricko Thank you. I have a couple cool ones and some not so cool. I just shared one on another post. Is it ok to share here too or no? Not that I would make that a habit. 🙅🏼♀️ I’m just super excited.
@ERingus ... Sure, you can share here too... Cheers, RickO
https://photos.app.goo.gl/eWouWwmqQs8ivgvy5@ricko I think it’s cool. What are your thoughts?
This is one of my garbage Pennie’s. 😎
@ricko On the 1997 environmentally damaged coin, that is just an oddly placed die chip connecting the I and B in Liberty I assume?
https://photos.app.goo.gl/8AMhytgDEKKPYfrSA@ricko I know this isn’t a DDO, so would this be considered a die chip of sorts? (You can limit my tagging if I start to become that Random bug that won’t stop, lol.
@ERingus...On the 1997, as best I can tell from the pictures, it may be a die chip. And on the '57, die chips as well. Glad to help... Cheers, RickO