No.. That would be the effect of Die Deterioration.
No. The M is equal distance between the A and the E.
Probably Paredolia.. Stain?
Here is an example from my collection. Yes they can be attributed as a Mint error!
When the Die is reaching its end a Mint employee will wipe the die with a rag and the grease gets compacted in the incused areas not allowing it...
Correct.. Struck through grease because of a worn die.
Lamination Crack. That would be a Planchet issue not a Die issue.
DEFDAM - Definitely Damaged :yack:
Looks like coins I find metal detecting when they get caught under a lawn mowing vehicle or machine. Blade damage.
I stand corrected ;)
Your not wasting my time at all. I love to help anyone I can. I just don't want you wasting your time..
And get a gram scale!
But it is proof that you put together a set! ;)
Thanks for sharing!
I think that is a 1906 ;)
It might be a large Lamination issue or a struck through. But is is well circulated so I'm not 100% sure.
I saw this item for sale on ebay which has me stumped o_O
(not my coin)
I will show you and you will see that there is something not right...
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