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1955-S 'BIE' Lincoln Wheat Cent

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<IMG HEIGHT="1" SRC="http://www.stujoe.com/images/invdot.gif" WIDTH="25" BORDER="0">Here is a nice 1955-S Lincoln with a die break between B and E of LIBERTY. This variety is popularly known as a BIE variety because it looks as though LIBERTY is spelled LI<b>BIE</b>RTY. This variety is found on quite a few Lincoln cents. It is not as popular as it once was but it is a nice variety, none the less. In addition to the die crack, this Lincoln has a stunningly nice obverse.<br>

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Here is a nice 1955-S Lincoln with a die break between B and E of LIBERTY. This variety is popularly known as a BIE variety because it looks as though LIBERTY is spelled LI<b>BIE</b>RTY. This variety is found on quite a few Lincoln cents. It is not as popular as it once was but it is a nice variety, none the less. In addition to the die crack, this Lincoln has a stunningly nice obverse.<br>

 

 

 

That's a beauty. This one showed up in my change a while back. I spotted it right away - silly little minor error, but cool

 

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