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8 Comments on “1989-D TRANSITIONAL PENNY ERROR WORTH $$$: SOMETHING YOU CAN CHECK FOR”
I have lot of old coins.this was helpful .I will be looking through them to see what I have.thank you for the information.
Love this video. And could you explain how to look at them to figure out from zink or copper. Thanks for all your hard work and very helpful videos.
For $7K I’ll weigh every penny I come across..
I have 1 pcs penny
Ok, so for that particular coin, what would the actual weight be on a digital scale???
I have a 1965, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1976,1979,and about a dozen of 1982 pennies that weigh 3.1. Is that normal
Me, I have olds my mother was working in , Palau Koror, so that’s why I have , currency exchange dollar 💵💰💰 so many. It’s like ah?? Souvenir. Salamat po , watching from Philippines mabuhay!!! I don’t have wazzup
so how did copper planchets get used on the newer pennies instead of the zinc planchet? lol From 1982, last year of a copper planchet, to 1989? that’s 7 years, who do they have working in these mints? lol I mean thanks for the error, but really? Was this “Oh shite are out of the zinc, you didn’t order it lets just use the copper ones for this batch!”