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Old 04-30-2012   #1
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Answered: 1989D Extra I and 1989 Think FG

Searching today and ran across these two Pennies. Still learning here so don't know if they are worth anything. I couldn't find any info on theses. The first one is a 1989 D with what looks to be an extra I between the I and B. the second penny is a 1989 and looks to have thicker FG on the reverse. Let me know what ya'll think. and sorry if this is common still learning and getting use to my scope.
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I agree, the appearance of an extra I is from the fields lowering from die wear (recessed on the die means raised on the struck coin); and the FG is normal, known as RDV-006 introduced in 1989. Die wear on the '80s plated Lincolns was terrible.
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That is normal for this year. They were designed that way.
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I think the first one is suffering from a little deterioration and agree with coop on the second on as far as FG being bolder.
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I agree, the appearance of an extra I is from the fields lowering from die wear (recessed on the die means raised on the struck coin); and the FG is normal, known as RDV-006 introduced in 1989. Die wear on the '80s plated Lincolns was terrible.
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I agree with the other responses. Welcome to LCR!
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Cool - that's how you learn.
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