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    Posted 11 years ago

    jsw14
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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, 11 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, 10 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, 8 years 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, 8 years 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, 8 years ago
      Has anybody heard anything new on the 86 penny
    6. NiccyGasperino, 7 years 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?
    7. Sinnedttam74, 6 years ago
      I have one like that but all the letters and date are all inverted.
      Is it worth anything?
    8. wadeglen, 6 years ago
      I have one that is exactly the same! Wow

    9. JREWING, 6 years ago
      I have 10 1986 and 1986d off center and edge strike lincolns. Im guessing there is a common issue with die striking and metal composition of the planchettes or........
    10. Rikki3637 Rikki3637, 3 years ago
      WELL I DID NOT SEE ANY ERROR DATA ON PGS SITE, SO IT NEEDS TO BE GRADED AND SENT TO AUCTION.THAT WILL SET PRECEDENT FOR A POSSIBLE HIGH END ITEM.
    11. igotchange igotchange, 3 years ago
      wow mines just as stated above.does it usually take years for response here? lol
    12. tickettoride, 2 years ago
      i have some photos but I cannot see where I can upload them
    13. Gracie74, 1 year ago
      I have one , but mine also has double dye on the forehead and a strike mark.
    14. Ellyroll Ellyroll, 2 months ago
      I have this exact coin I think
    15. Cam9 Cam9, 2 months ago
      If it is of a good quality mint it might be worth something. But if the coin is not a good quality mint or not a collector item, might not be worth a lot. But if it has sentimental value to you it would be priceless to you. And some people just collect because they like coins. This kid in the movie Stand By Me collected pennies in a jar. They were not worth much but it was something he loved to do. If you really like it just keep it. Start your own collection with that little penny. I started mine with a poker chip I thought was a peso. But I still love it, even if it is just a poker chip. I have a few more coins now. Some are not worth anything to a hardcore coin collector. But I like them. And that is what is at the true heart of collectors. They don’t collect for money all the time. They collect because they love it.

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