Here they are.
You can find proofs in circulation. But you need to post some pictures.
I have come across 4 more while coin roll hunting. Two 1960’s, 1969 and a 1978. What do you make of this?
Proofs were only minted in Philadelphia. Looks like a real business strike to me.
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Found this in a coin roll. Looks like a proof maybe. Looks almost fake.
Yeah that's a nice die crack. It's very large too. That is probably a $10 coin! Nice find!
Mary, there's no coating on the coin. It is a die crack and you have to think in reverse as to how the coin is pressed and how this...
Mary! It's a Die Crack!
That's a Die Crack.. The crack on the Die that struck the blank planchet created that small raised area because the metal flowed into the...
Will take another pic. Is that any better?
Looks like a die crack to me, tho the photo is a bit blurry.
It looks like a die crack to me, based on the photos.
The copper plating goes on the unstuck zinc planchet,
so there is no 'die crack...
Not a die crack. Looks like the coating was hot and dropped or something. Do not know how the coating goes on. But possibly a die crack...
Found this coin roll hunting. Looks like something leaked on top of Lincoln’s head.
No, not mint damage. More like it was used in a mechanical coin changer that was worn around the waist. The coins were held in place by a...
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