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If a copper coin is discolored, is it automatically a cull coin? Indian Head cent example

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I was thinking of getting rid of some of my Indian Head cents but I do not want to sell anyone any culls? Is this coin a cull? I think it is buy

I'm not sure. Thanks







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"Culls" are usually damaged or severely corroded coins -- ones that might be rejected by a bank or merchant.

Your cent is just really dirty, stained and somewhat corroded. If you hit it with a hammer, it will become a cull.

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