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  1. Looks like a 1993 silver proof.
  2. Its just environmental damage.
  3. Looks like a quarter that was bent in half then unbent.
  4. Looks like environmental or acid damage.
  5. Looks more like gas got trapped in between the zinc and copper plating.
  6. Looks like someone hit them with a hammer.
  7. Environmental damage.
  8. Looks like it was sanded down.
  9. Dryer coin.
  10. Environmental damage.
  11. Either that or a dryer coin.
  12. This looks like either a dryer coin or spooned coin not an error.
  13. Probably environmental damage.
  14. Looks like a dryer coin more then a spooned coin.
  15. Looks like more then normal wear like someone sanded it down.
  16. PMD probably acid damage.
  17. I agree with it being some sort of PMD.
  18. It just looks damaged like it was on a road.
  19. The 65 is in nice shape and may get a premium on ebay, the 64 is just worth silver melt unless it gets an uncirculated grade.
  20. Possible acid damage,or fire damage with an attempted cleaning.
  21. Severe damage, possibly stuck in a dryer.
  22. Counter stamped, worth face value.
  23. Fire damage.
  24. Environmental damage.
  25. Heavily damaged, possibly from a car wreck or run over by cars.
  26. Damaged not a mint error.
  27. Definitely a cud, looks like an 80s style.
  28. Someone probably put a drop of acid on one side to see what would happen.
  29. Either spooned or damaged by a dryer.
  30. Both appear to have environmental damage.
  31. I agree, damaged.
  32. Damaged no value over face.
  33. Kind of looks like it was used in slot machines for some time but I would need clearer pictures.
  34. Looks like dryer coin to me. https://www.coincommunity.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=143863
  35. Looks like a dryer coin to me. https://www.coincommunity.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=143863
  36. Looks like a dryer coin to me. https://www.coincommunity.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=143863
  37. Dryer coin, heres an article on how it happens. https://www.coincommunity.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=143863
  38. The "silver" you are seeing is the zinc core of the penny.
  39. Its not an error it is just acid damage or a coin that spent a while in the ocean. I find these all the time when I go metal detecting on beaches and they look just like yours after I tumble them. Its...
  40. This is not an error it is just acid damage or a coin that spent a while in the ocean. I find these all the time when I go metal detecting on beaches and they look just like yours after I tumble them....
  41. This is either a spooned coin or a dryer coin. The link below tells you how dryer coins are formed. https://www.coincommunity.com/forum/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=143863
  42. This happens when coins get stuck between the stationary dryer tub and the rotating inner tub the spinning wears the edges like that. Check this article on how it happens. https://www.coincommunity....
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