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    Double Struck 1969 Cent on a Canada Ten Cent Flan MS62

    1969 1C Lincoln Cent--Double Struck on a Canada 10C Planchet--MS62 NGC. 2.12 gm. Presumably, the same private vendor supplied cent blanks to the United States, and ten cent blanks to Canada, and at least one of the latter was mixed in with the former. This wrong planchet error was double struck in the collar, rotating a few degrees clockwise between strikes, with ample evidence of both impressions. Untoned with semi-prooflike fields.
    From The Pacific Coast Mint Error Collection.

    Coin Index Numbers: (NGC ID# 22GF, PCGS# 2914)


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    May, 2007
    9th-12th Wednesday-Saturday
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