An Easy To Spot Penny Error Worth Big Money
In 1994, the Philadelphia Mint accidentally doubled one of their reverse dies and struck several pennies featuring extra columns in the last two columns of the Memorial Building on the reverse of the coin. This became known as the 1994 DDR FS-801. DDR means Doubled Die Reverse and because of this mint mistake, these pennies can fetch real value in the market.
In this video, I will show you how easy it is to spot and share with you it's value. I have found one during my coin hunts and mine received a nice MS64RD Grade from PCGS.
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