Mint Errors Featured In Upcoming 2020 Heritage Auctions
Heritage is putting together a fascinating assortment of error coins for the inaugural Monthly Error Coin Auction, Sale #60156.
Heritage just took in two additional consignments that will contribute off-metal strikings, brockages, off-center coins, and much more to this sale. As coins continue to be added, you can see the variety of strange and surprising mistakes made by the US Mint. From a dime made on a blank meant for a penny to crazy-looking die caps and brockages, error coins are pieces that would stand out even to a non-collector.
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1971-S Lincoln Cent -- Triple Struck, All Strikes Off Center -- MS62 Red and Brown NGC
1937 Buffalo Nickel -- Struck 20% Off Center on a 38% Rolled Thin Planchet -- MS62 PCGS
1952 Jefferson Nickel -- Struck on Cent Planchet -- MS63 Brown PCGS
1968-S Jefferson Nickel -- Struck on Cent Planchet -- MS64 Red and Brown PCGS
1982-P Jefferson Nickel -- Over Struck on a Struck Cent -- MS65 Red NGC
1985-D Jefferson Nickel -- Reverse Indented by 10C Planchet -- AU58 NGC
1878-CC $1 Morgan Dollar -- 60° Clockwise Rotated Dies -- MS64 PCGS
1979-P SBA Dollar -- Struck on 25C Planchet -- AU58 NGC
2009-P William Henry Harrison Presidential Dollar -- Missing Edge Lettering -- MS68 NGC
2010-P Millard Fillmore Presidential Dollar -- Missing Edge Lettering -- MS68 NGC
1847-O Liberty Eagle -- Rotated Dies -- VF25 NGC
2001-D 1C Lincoln Cent -- Over Struck on 2001-D Roosevelt Dime -- MS65 NGC