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If the first photo is a 2006 it may be this variety found at coppercoins.com..........

http://www.coppercoins.com/lincoln/diestat...p;die_state=mds

 

 

Steven, I confirmed it is a 2006 P.. I will check copper coins for the variety, Thanks.

 

Heres another recent find, it is a 2008 P with weak die trails from liberty.

 

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Not sure about this one.... May be the 2008P-1DEO-010 listed on http://www.traildies.com/id29.html or it may be a new one...........check the date for trails as well.......

 

Thats what I thought to, but none of the die markers match & there is no trails from the date.!

I believe its a new die or possibly a different die state as there are no die cracks at all on my example..

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Found a few new cents thats interesting! probably not of much value, but interesting anyhow..

I plucked the 1983 from circulation, nothing really special.! but I dont ussually find them this nice still floating around.. The others are Die trails. Anyone else collect these?

 

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Hi! Thanks for this post! I have never seen die trails before and I've been collecting since I was 14! I'm now 65! Are they made by escaping air?

 

I don't collect them, but I will now keep my eyes peeled for them for you.

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Hi! Thanks for this post! I have never seen die trails before and I've been collecting since I was 14! I'm now 65! Are they made by escaping air?

 

I don't collect them, but I will now keep my eyes peeled for them for you.

 

There is a very good explaination about the trail dies and wavysteps on http://www.traildies.com/

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Hi! Thanks for this post! I have never seen die trails before and I've been collecting since I was 14! I'm now 65! Are they made by escaping air?

 

I don't collect them, but I will now keep my eyes peeled for them for you.

 

Thats a good way to start collecting them.! Thats how I started. I was given the link posted above by a member on cc & was surprised that some die trail examples are quite valuable..

 

BTW, Copper Coins now has a new area specifically for die trails.. Check it out.!

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