Lincoln Cent

20 Lincoln Cent Doubled Dies You Should Know About

Doubled die is a term in numismatics used to refer to doubling in the design elements of a coin. Doubled dies can appear as an outline of the design or in extreme cases, having legends and dates appear twice in an overlapping fashion. Doubled die error coins can fetch significant prices when they are noticeable […]

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New Lincoln Doubled Die found by Newcomer Collector in Georgia

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A new collector in Georgia repeatedly found examples of a 1995-D doubled die cent and profited accordingly. Doubling shows very clearly in all letters of the word TRUST on the 1995-D doubled-die cent. New collector Dilenia Fiore found seven of these in uncirculated rolls of the coins that she purchased online. Dilenia Fiore has reported

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MS-67+ red 1911 Lincoln cent brings $15,243.75 at auction

MS-67+ red 1911 Lincoln cent, one of two finest known, brings $15,243.75

This article covers a MS 67+ Red 1911 Lincoln cent. The Lincoln cent was first struck in 1909 and Proof examples with a velvety, matte finish were struck for sale to collectors from 1909 to 1916. Like the aforementioned 1949 cent, the 1911 Lincoln cent is common in nearly all grades and a mintage of

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