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Can anyone give information on what are these coins classified as or is there any value of these coins in this condition?

 

 

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1929 is just worn, the left coin looks like it has been either exposed to a chemical or in the ground and the right not sure what is going on

simply put you have two cents and the 1929 in that shape is worth maybe 5 to 10 cents

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I haven't seen a wheat in change in probably a decade at this point. Maybe a little less.

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Hi yes ..you can still get a wheatback in your change. Me myself I am a beginner so now I am inquiring about any and everything on any Lincoln cent.   lol

 

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On 2/21/2018 at 6:25 AM, MD92CR said:

I am inquiring about any and everything on any Lincoln cent.

Search for 1983 copper cents. Only copper cents, not zinc

Copper cents weigh 3,11  (Transitional Mint Error) Very few have been find

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