1929 s penny error
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I have had a few of these but not wheat cents. And this one is far the worst I have found. Others I threw back in circulation thinking it might have been purposely done. I was thinking someone just twist something around the edge of coin. Could this be some kind of error. 🤔

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Nah, that's vandalism. Maybe someone thrown out of work during the depression had nothing to do but trash his or her only penny.

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2 minutes ago, JKK said:

Nah, that's vandalism. Maybe someone thrown out of work during the depression had nothing to do but trash his or her only penny.

Hahahaha lol, they took it out on a poor o'l penny. 🤣 that's alot of depression. 

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2 hours ago, Hinkle said:

Hahahaha lol, they took it out on a poor o'l penny. 🤣 that's alot of depression. 

Indeed it is.  Poor penny....it wasn't its fault.

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2 hours ago, Hinkle said:

Hahahaha lol, they took it out on a poor o'l penny. 🤣 that's alot of depression. 

That Depression was destined for Greatness.

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That cent has a circular impression just inside the border from a mechanical counting machine. It's a common sight on circulated coins.

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