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1916 p "lightly" toned Lincoln cent

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1916 p "lightly" toned Lincoln cent

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Rediscovered this one again a couple of weekends ago putting some finds in my album.
Don't know why the particulars elude me about where and when?

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Very nice coin and album toned, not sure PCGS or NGC would give it natural but it has the eye appeal. Thanks for sharing!

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Thanks Daniel. Not sure how I managed to forget I had that one in the album.
I didn't realize they will put something other than Red, Red/Brown, or Brown on the label, for color.

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They don't unless they think it's artificial toning them that's what they put on the label. If they think it's natural then they would be RB or Brown on a toned coin.

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Daniel wrote: Fri Mar 29, 2019 9:16 am They don't unless they think it's artificial toning them that's what they put on the label. If they think it's natural then they would be RB or Brown on a toned coin.
Ah, ok. Now I get it.Thanks for that tid bit.


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