1987 Lincoln cent Struck Through Glass how did this happen is this PMD or Error ?
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Thread: 1987 Lincoln cent Struck Through Glass how did this happen is this PMD or Error ?

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    1987 Lincoln cent Struck Through Glass how did this happen is this PMD or Error ?

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    Any an all information is Appreciated on this, and how this could have happened and is this common? Thank You
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    it might actually be epoxy of some sort and not glass, its actually very likely its epoxy considering its a zinc penny. Now if it was copper I would say it could possibly be glass as I have seen projects by artists and crafts people use them in glass occasionally because copper is compatible with 96 coe glass. my guess is yours might have been part of a penny floor or the result of a bored kid.(we used to glue change to the sidewalk to watch people try and pick it up)
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    I'd give it a good acetone bath.
    Then look again.
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    How much difference in weight is there. Looks like a glue adhesives.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tpmetal View Post
    it might actually be epoxy of some sort and not glass, its actually very likely its epoxy considering its a zinc penny. Now if it was copper I would say it could possibly be glass as I have seen projects by artists and crafts people use them in glass occasionally because copper is compatible with 96 coe glass. my guess is yours might have been part of a penny floor or the result of a bored kid.(we used to glue change to the sidewalk to watch people try and pick it up)
    Hi I used water and the result is some of it washed off and here is the pics ..Thank You for your information.. ON SECOND THOUGHT I FEEL THIS IS A MINT ERROR no child did this or glue on floor NO WAY ..LOOK at the doubling on coin look at the precision of that glass placed under the rim that is almost perfect ,,the mint did this mistake no human. my strong opinion. Click image for larger version. 

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dozer D View Post
    How much difference in weight is there. Looks like a glue adhesives.
    Hi'
    Thank You... Approximately the weight Iam not sure about this scale but for the most it weighs at 2.53 grams..Thank You for your reply
    Last edited by 92ROLLS; Sep 12, 2019 at 12:08 AM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BC1969 View Post
    I'd give it a good acetone bath.
    Then look again.
    Hi Thank you for your advice ..I washed using only water and yes a lot of it washed off.Click image for larger version. 

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    Those tricked me at one time.
    Glad we could help.
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    All kinds of ways to use glue on Lincoln cents. More than likely from a kraft project of some kind, using wood glue or hot glue.
    Some collectors also used glue to hold them in albums.

    Glad to see by washing the coin in water you were able to answer your question. Acetone will remove the rest.
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    Try on your next non-saving coin, a few drop of Dawn Liquid soap in a Rx bottle with hot water, shake every now and then over a few days, rinse well, tap dry with a paper towel.
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