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Die cracks in of of themselves are too common on coins to bring much interest. You will see cracked skulls and BIE die breaks in LIBERTY is a a die chip but most chips and cracks, but very small premiums. Die cracks, breaks and die marks can be useful in identifying varieties but not every coin with these is a variety.
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That's good advice , thank you for that. But while we're on the subject of books. I use the official red book guide to United States Coins 2019 by RS Yeoman. Is there a better guide that covers more?
check out this website--http://cuds-on-coins.com/lincoln-cent-s ... 0-present/