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  • Re: 1991D Lincoln cent error?

    ???? Never sent a cent???  Sent from Yahoo Mail for iPhone On Tuesday, November 21, 2017, 5:25 PM, Michael Evanchik ivan0000013@...

    tman153126@yahoo.com 4 hours ago
  • Re: 1991D Lincoln cent error?

    Heat does not cause subtle doubling. The surface instead buckles. Heat is associated with discoloration and this coin is not discolored.

    dermestid 4 hours ago
  • Re: 1991D Lincoln cent error?

    The doubling you see on this coin is consistent to exposure to extreme heat.

    WABrooks 5 hours ago
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The Error Coin Information Exchange (ECIE) is a freewheeling forum dedicated to the study of minting errors and die varieties. Founded and hosted by veteran writer and researcher Mike Diamond, it is a great place to visit, whether you're an established collector or a novice. ECIE is not flashy and doesn’t waste your time with a message board clogged with idle chit-chat. It simply provides the best information on error coins available on the web. Here you can read about late-breaking developments; find out about the newest discoveries; listen or participate in spirited debates about how error coins are produced; test your skills with periodic quizzes and brain-teasers. ECIE proudly maintains an atmosphere of skeptical inquiry. Here, no claim goes unchallenged and no theory goes untested. This is the best place to find out what kind of error you really have, how it was created, and the extent to which it is rare or unusual.

The Error Coin Information Exchange is a member of the Error-Variety Education Consortium. Sister sites include the Error-Variety Ready Reference (www.error-ref.com), MAD Die Clashes (www.maddieclashes.com), Trail Dies (www.traildies.com), and Cuds On Coins (under construction).

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