Machine doubling does not add value.
Knowledge and showing a little bit of respect towards others, are two different things.
I have a scope and 4 different loupes, and even then, the lighting can destroy the very imagine you're trying to capture. :banghead:
Best of luck!
If you are seeing what looks like a rim x's 2, could be a slight misaligned die strike, (super common on the Jefferson and not worth anything more...
Would you mind trying to get a clearer picture of the image, please? And clear pics of front and back?
My friendly advice would be, if the person...
I see it as well, and South of it looks like the bottom of an O or U and below that looks like the bottom of a G. Maybe the letter that looks like...
He was being sarcastic. If what you are seeing is a "solid blob" it could be a die chip.
This is one coin I am always looking for because I know there is about 7 errors on this thing and I never find a-one. Lucky duck.
At the top of the coin..a possible linear die dent?
@usmc60 ....You are a class act! And, thank you for your service!
@Tyler Graton ...don't take it so personal. Some of these people can be Jack...
Also, I have seen the same die clash but with the entire head visible, going for $15 which wouldn't be worth sending it for grading at those...
I have a nickel that has a "smoke stack" in the same area. Mine is a die clash, it's the pony tail of the obverse.
The story is starting to sound like personal experience???? Let it go man...let it go....Washington forgives you. ;););):joyful::joyful::joyful:
Imagine a shelf..you place things on top of the shelf. So a "shelf-like" appearance will be the bottom.
My 14 yr old just found this in our pile of pennies we are searching.
It's a shame it's so destroyed. He had noticed it because of the thick rim....
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