1955 Penny - error

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1955 Penny - error

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I know this is not the famous '55 DDO, but what is the correct technical term for that anomaly on the date?

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Damaged. The numbers are flattened in places indicating it took a hit. A hit also moved the metal from the curve of the first 5 (from the left) to its present position.
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Thank you.

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Earle42 wrote: Wed Jan 13, 2021 10:24 pm Damaged. The numbers are flattened in places indicating it took a hit. A hit also moved the metal from the curve of the first 5 (from the left) to its present position.
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Damaged and die deterioration

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