1961-D Cent on a Silver Dime Planchet, MS601961-D 1C Lincoln Cent -- Struck on a Silver Dime Planchet -- MS60 PCGS. A cream-gray representative that has subdued luster but is virtually free from contact. Lincoln's forehead and cheekbone are lightly brought up, as often seen on this wrong planchet combination. TRUST and AMERICA exhibit spreading, and are tight against the border though essentially complete.
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