• If it doesn't have a 'heads and tails' on it it's a flipper, a coin made to cheat at hand tosses that was never actually made in the mint.
  • I have one of those 'no date coins also. Have had it for decades.Apparently quite a lot of them were made,judging by the references to them on Google. It may be that the only ones interested are the ones who specialize in 'error collecting'. I'm going to see if I can find somebody like that. Tyro
  • i have a lot of them and last time i looked you would get 3 cents for every 2 wheat pennies you gave in. i still got a lot and the grand kids get a kick out of them. maybe when they get old they may be worth more

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