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1972 Lincoln cent P double die obverse?

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1972 Lincoln cent P double die obverse?

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Is this a coin that may be worth grading? Also is it in fact a double die?
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Not worth Grading . Normal 1972 Cent . This is what your looking for with the 1972 DDO>>>http://lincolncentresource.com/doubledies/1972ddo.html
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You seem to be following a certain pattern. Every post you ask if it is worth grading. Until now no one has said anything about it. We do not answer what grade is this, or is it worth grading. You need read the post I gave to you about reading a couple of sites you really need to study.
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#4 Unread post by Iceresistance »

The 1972 Penny DDO does exist, but this specimen does not feature the DDO

I'd rather not get this graded if I were you, even though it's nice shape, I'd put in the collection containing nicer pennies & maybe they will be valuable someday? But I would not try to sent this to them since this specimen will not pay you back & grading them is EXPENSIVE!
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#6 Unread post by Earle42 »

Is this a coin that may be worth grading? Also is it in fact a double die?
Please use the following reference to find pictures of the 1972 DDO and match one up to yoursd:
cooper-coins.com
varietyvista.com

Always check there first.

Watch Daniel's video about grading. That way you will be able to make an educated decision.
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