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Coin Q&A: Do You Really Have A 1922-D “Weak D” Cent?

PCGS categorizes 1922-D Lincoln Cents into three groups: standard (2537), “Weak D” (3110), and “No D, Strong Reverse” (3285).


From the PCGS Grading Room

Differentiating as-minted striking incompleteness from circulation-induced wear has long been a source of frustration and debate among numismatists at all levels.

The Popular Off-Center Strike

Perhaps the most well-known and popular mint error type is the off-center strike.

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