The upcoming Error Coinage US Coins Month-Long Online Auction will present a 1973-S 50-cent Kennedy half-dollar. This mint error on a proof shows three visible strikes on each side with the date and mintmark indicated on the final strike. Also featured in this event, offered by Heritage Auctions, is a 1943 one-cent coin struck on a silver dime planchet. Because pennies were struck on zinc-coated steel planchets at the time, they resembled dimes in both size and color. This coin is centered and well-detailed. The left rims are absent due to the smaller diameter of the dime planchet.
A 1977-S five-cent nickel struck on a copper cent planchet and a triple-struck 1973-D Roosevelt dime can also be found. Rounding out the highlighted lots is a five-cent Jefferson nickel that was reverse indented by a ten-cent planchet. View the entire collection of error coinage and register to bid at Heritage Auctions.
Lot Categories:Coins, Currency & Stamps (299)
# of Lots:299
Price Range:$1 - $2,100.
Interesting lots include:
|Item Image||Item Name||Estimate|
|1973-S 50C Kennedy Half Dollar -- Triple Struck -- PR64 Cameo NGC|| Estimate: |
|1943 1C Cent -- Struck on a Silver Dime Planchet -- XF40 PCGS|| Estimate: |
|1977-S 5C Nickel -- Struck on a Copper Cent Planchet -- PR67 Red Cameo PCGS|| Estimate: |
|1973-D 10C Roosevelt Dime -- Flip Triple Struck, Damage -- PCGS Genuine|| Estimate: |
|1985-D 5C Jefferson Nickel -- Reverse Indented by 10C Planchet -- AU58 NGC|| Estimate: |
|2000-P 25C South Carolina Statehood Quarter Dollar -- Struck 10% Off Center -- MS66 NGC|| Estimate: |