This 1910 cent was originally minted at the Philadelphia mint prior to WWI. The history this well-traveled brown error coin has seen must be fairly significant. My imagination can run wild, wondering how much of history since 1910 has this one coin seen. Has it stayed in the United States, or did it become a world traveler? Of course, I can only speculate, but that adds to the fun!
On top of all that, more value is added to this cent because of it’s imperfections. It is slightly off-centered. E Pluribus Unum has quite a bit of double-die going on. The obverse didn’t want to be outperformed by the reverse, so the 9 is also doubled somewhat. This is a one of the kind coin! It is a great addition to someone’s wheat cent collection or if you are purely looking for error to collect.