I just came across this coin, and I am unable to figure out if it is a 1920-D or a 1928-D Lincoln Wheat Cent.
Can anyone tell from the images?
Thanks so much.
1920 with a big divot below the 0.
That is pretty clearly a 1920 in the date that has a post-mint gouge (damage) in the surface.
Yes, big divot and metal movement on a 20-D, but such bad condition
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That is the 1920 "Fish Hook" variety.
Yep.. 1920D... Post mint gouge on the date. Cheers, RickO
Thanks so much. Is it of any value?
About two-or three-cents.
Paper money eventually returns to its intrinsic value. Zero. Voltairehttps://collectivecoin.com/coinbowlllc