1939 wheat penny

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detectorcowboy

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Would this be considered an uncirculated coin you can coint every feather line
No, uncirculated coins are not intended for public circulation I think, most of the ones I've seen a real bright and shiny but I could be wrong.
 

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No, definitely not. Uncirculated coins are regular circulation coins that show no wear, they can be a range of colors from red, red/brown and brown. This coin shows clear wear on the high points of Lincolns hair, face and the folds of his jacket. This one would grade around XF, or extremely fine.
 

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