the question now is, how prevalent is the clashes in the Denmark coinage of the same era? i'd image they had a problem the planchets jamming. i'm just getting into Denmark silver, so i'll keep an eye out.
seeing clashes in 33, 36, 39/6 and 42
there are horizontal lines within the 0 of the ten and there is what appears to be the top of the shield connecting the 1 and 0 in ten. this is a die clash for sure and it is not present on my other 1929 10 Aurar. very cool stuff.
Hi Steve how have you been. Long time since I spoke to you last. I was reading your old post from last year and you mentioned that you had a 1929 10 Aurar in BU condition and I was wondering if you noticed if the zero in the 10 has any clash marks of lines from the shield and if the 9 0f 29 is doubled or not. here is my email firstname.lastname@example.org I think I may have found a new variety and I may need to know what yours have or have not. I would appreciate your help.
Thanks so much