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1919 Double Dot Penny

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The 1919 double dot penny is one of the toughest coins in the series with an estimated mintage of 20,000 to 40,000 pieces (, 2001). The coin is identified by a dot above the top scroll, and a dot below the lower scroll as in the images below:

The dot below the lower scroll on the 1919 double dot penny

In average circulated, the coin still occurs in virgin hoards, with research by Jon Saxton finding one example out of 35, 1919 pennies(Triton Technologies International Ltd, 2002). Where the coin becomes rare is in top grades with only two known examples that display mint lustre, one of which sold in IAG Auction 72 for $12,230(Sterling & Currency, 2010).

The number of coins struck of a particular designation(, 2001)Triton Technologies International Ltd, 2002Sterling & Currency, 2010

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