1996 Lincoln Cent Struck on a Roosevelt Dime Double Denomination Error PCGS MS65
PCGS MS65 1996 Lincoln Cent was struck onto an already struck 1996 Roosevelt Dime. This error type is known as a double denomination since it is both a cent and a dime. Most of these errors occurred with the Lincoln and Roosevelt heads on the same side, but not this one! It is a clear and beautiful strike showing the Lincoln Memorial struck into Roosevelt's head. On the obverse side you can clearly see Lincoln's head has been stamped into the torches which would be on the reverse of the dime. The item "1996 Lincoln Cent Struck on a Roosevelt Dime Double Denomination Error PCGS MS65" is in sale since Thursday, April 05, 2018. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Errors". The seller is "zsmsgtz" and is located in Manning, South Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.