An intriguing error coin with no fewer than three Lincoln cents, each a broader strike than the last, fused together in an amalgam of copper and zinc brilliance. An impressive error that somehow found its way past the Mint's quality control and into collector hands. In the late 1990s, the Mint removed riddlers used to cull out pieces of non-standard dimensions, these would typically include broadstrikes, off center strikes and double struck pieces, among others. This is why there were more errors entering circulation during this time period. This is a very interesting error that is a must see!