1909-P V.D.B. Lincoln Cent Mint Error, Peeling Lamination Reverse, Uncirculated

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  • 1909-P V.D.B. Lincoln Cent Mint Error, Peeling Lamination Reverse, Uncirculated
  • 1909-P V.D.B. Lincoln Cent Mint Error, Peeling Lamination Reverse, Uncirculated
  • 1909-P V.D.B. Lincoln Cent Mint Error, Peeling Lamination Reverse, Uncirculated
  • 1909-P V.D.B. Lincoln Cent Mint Error, Peeling Lamination Reverse, Uncirculated
  • 1909-P V.D.B. Lincoln Cent Mint Error, Peeling Lamination Reverse, Uncirculated
  • 1909-P V.D.B. Lincoln Cent Mint Error, Peeling Lamination Reverse, Uncirculated
  • 1909-P V.D.B. Lincoln Cent Mint Error, Peeling Lamination Reverse, Uncirculated
  • 1909-P V.D.B. Lincoln Cent Mint Error, Peeling Lamination Reverse, Uncirculated
  • 1909-P V.D.B. Lincoln Cent Mint Error, Peeling Lamination Reverse, Uncirculated
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1909-P V.D.B. Lincoln Cent Mint Error, Peeling Lamination Reverse, Uncirculated. We sent this coin into PCGS a few months ago. It came back ungraded, but the PCGS label did state "Peeling Lamination." According to the PCGS website, they do not holder coins with peeling lamination errors, due to possible damage while sealing the slab. Here's the excerpt from the PCGS website:

"Coins with a peeling lamination cannot be holdered, as in the process of sonic sealing, it is very possible for the lamination to become detached from the coin. A lamination is a planchet defect originating when a portion of the coin metal separates from itself due to impurities or internal stresses. Lamination flaws occur primarily when foreign materials or gas oxide become trapped within the planchet."

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