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


This 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. A popular error type, and with great eye-appeal.

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.