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Are there any misprints on the 1982 penny?

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2009-03-19 00:21:56
2009-03-19 00:21:56

There are mis-strikes on every coin denomination for every year ever made. Some are popular and valuable, others are not. There are no widely known popular or valuable errors specific to the 1982 cent. There could be minting errors, such as off-center, unfinished planchet, out-of-collar, brockage, stike-through, machine doubling, etc. -- but these errors could happen on any coin from any year. Check out the CONECA website for more info about error coins : http://conecaonline.org

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