1945, alloy mix?

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1945, alloy mix?

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1945 cent weighs normal. Possibly mixed alloy?
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Re: 1945, alloy mix?

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Is the B in liberty doubled?

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Re: 1945, alloy mix?

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waynesonofpeter wrote: Sun Jan 16, 2022 11:01 pm Is the B in liberty doubled?
No, it's likely circulation damage.
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