I also don't like it!
Safe to assume it could be worth double face value!? :cigar:
So the metal feeder finger which loads the planchet lightly gouged the die interesting stuff. Thank you all.
Thanks for the help Fred and John!
Thank you Fred ! If the lines wont budge under pressure or sideways force do you stick to that ? The line through the M appears to be solid. Thanks
Thanks for the advice. With a toothpick these are solid ridges of which will not give under pressure or sideways force.
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Lincoln 1 cent with with raised line's through M of AMERICA, O of ONE....
Thank you !
Totally agree I dont plan on starting to collect types and groups.
So I won't waste any money myself buying the little book.
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Looks like group 3 to me...
Apparently the Edward I long cross coinage replaced the voided short cross coins where the moneyers name was shown. The new long cross reverse...
Thank you @dougsmit.
The pointers led me to work this out the obverse legends: EDW R ANGL DNS hYB which is present on coins of class 2 to 9c of...
This page states clearly the procedure you must follow.
@paddyman98 Thanks! Impressive collection you have found.
I am detecting in the south-east of England on private property.
Here I was using a...
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