Lincoln Cent Error

NGC 1c 1967 Lincoln Cent Struck on 1967 Dime Double-Denomination MS-64

NGC 1c 1967 Lincoln Cent Struck on 1967 Dime Double-Denomination MS-64
NGC 1c 1967 Lincoln Cent Struck on 1967 Dime Double-Denomination MS-64
NGC 1c 1967 Lincoln Cent Struck on 1967 Dime Double-Denomination MS-64
NGC 1c 1967 Lincoln Cent Struck on 1967 Dime Double-Denomination MS-64

NGC 1c 1967 Lincoln Cent Struck on 1967 Dime Double-Denomination MS-64   NGC 1c 1967 Lincoln Cent Struck on 1967 Dime Double-Denomination MS-64
NGC 1967 Lincoln cent is struck on a 1967 dime, and is a double-denomination error. The error occurred when a 1967 dime was fed into a minting press, which was striking cents, and was struck, resulting in a coin with the designs of both a cent and a dime.

Strong design elements remain from the underlying dime's design, especially on the obverse side. Double-denomination 11c coins from the 1960's always look great, and are scarcer than than the 1970's-1990's. NGC MS-64 with problem-free surfaces. Sullivan Numismatics is a coin company dealing in mint error coins, and has been in business since 2003. CONECA, ANA, FUN, and we are both PCGS and NGC authorized dealers.

The item "NGC 1c 1967 Lincoln Cent Struck on 1967 Dime Double-Denomination MS-64" is in sale since Wednesday, April 11, 2018. This item is in the category "Coins & Paper Money\Coins\ US\Errors". The seller is "sullivannumismatics" and is located in Charleston, South Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Grade: MS-64
  • Certification: NGC
  • Certification Number: 3982817-001

NGC 1c 1967 Lincoln Cent Struck on 1967 Dime Double-Denomination MS-64   NGC 1c 1967 Lincoln Cent Struck on 1967 Dime Double-Denomination MS-64