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Posted 4 years ago

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Take a close look at the D on this penny. It is slanted to the right pointing at 1-o-clock. It also has a shadow D southeast of it. Doubled mintmark. Also look at the cheek bone. It is way to high & runs into the eye. The beard just above the bow tie is smeared also. On reverse in the E & S of states & the O in of, are flat weak strikes. Hmmmm, are my eye's goin bad, or do U see what I see? Hey AC Dwyer I need U on this one...........Any info welcome!

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  1. cocacolakid97 cocacolakid97, 4 years ago
    You might have something here... or it just might a common error, not listed in the red book in 1986 pennies, so i'm thinking this isn't a usual error.
  2. Robert Lloyd, 3 years ago
    I noticed something with the 1986 D pennies when they came out as well. The letters "S" on "STATES" and the "o" on "of" just over E-PLURIBUS are filled in or are barely visible. I've noticed this error on pennies all the way up to 1996 D, but not since then. Also the 1986 D had numurous off-center strikes as well.
  3. thatzafactjack, 1 year ago
    Hey,...I'm fairly certain that your culprit is: "I.M.D.P" -( Internal Metal Displacement Phenomenon )- That wonky subaquatic appearance is apparent on both the obverse and reverse of your coin.
    I have a number of Lincoln '88 D's that each presnt this same distinctive effect; though on mine only the reverse is affected. Also, check your coin for rotation. An article by Mr. Ken Potter finally gave -(what was to me, anyhow )- this obscurely esoteric metallurgical term / event a name: IMPD. Hope this helps,... coming three years down the road 'n all.
  4. jensilvers jensilvers, 10 months ago
    I have one of those I just looked at it I don't know if its on all of the 86's... Has anybody checked on that
  5. jensilvers jensilvers, 10 months ago
    Has anybody heard anything new on the 86 penny
  6. NiccyGasperino, 3 months ago
    One of our 1986 D pennies has the same errors as described in the original comment/article (slanted 'D' pointing at 1 o'clock, high cheek bone, and finally, it APPEARS to have the same chin error, almost seems to cast a "double chin" on Lincoln)... Does anyone know the value of them though?

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