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    CU-1c-1982-__(LD)(CU) Unlisted CUD

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    Date: 1982

    Found this a couple days ago. COC has about 70 listed for the 82P. I was surprised to see this one was not listed.(Unless I missed it)




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    Nice Discovery!! That's a good one! I've found a couple of Rim CUDS but nothing in the field yet. Congrats Earl!!

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    Congrats Earl! Very nice cud! I looked down the list and didn't see yours either... looks like a new listing! Please give us an update when you hear back from JC!

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    Very nice find.
    I don't think there are many available of most cuds because the mint would have removed the die once it was realized a piece of the die broke off. Equipment may even stop automatically.
    I'm guessing a chunk of the die "floating" around heavy machinery die presses are easy to spot, visually as well as audibly. Mint workers would pick up on a disruption in the rhythm and flow.

    Like a finely tuned violin that has a string break.

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    Nice find... We sure it couldn't be an earlier stage of COCs http://cuds-on-coins.com/lincoln-cent-cuds-1982/ 026, 055 or 064??? Since these are obv most likely they were the hammer die so the chunk of die could have been thrown clear???
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    We sure it couldn't be an earlier stage of COCs http://cuds-on-coins.com/lincoln-cent-cuds-1982/ 026, 055 or 064???
    It could be but it looks like the die was chipping counter clockwise on mine. It is possible the die deteriorated clockwise as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 11997755 View Post
    It could be but it looks like the die was chipping counter clockwise on mine. It is possible the die deteriorated clockwise as well.
    Yours is one that JC will need to determine for sure especially if there are no markers to go with!!!
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