Don't assume that everything that looks different or strange is a Mint Error. There are many post mint damaged coins in circulation.
Nope. Not an error. Just a damaged quarter.
Nope. Environmental toning. Worth? 25 Cents.
Nice little Cud. A few bucks. Nothing major.
Nut, I'm going to say it is a Broadstrike.. But that's just my opinion :rolleyes:
It's at home.. Tomorrow evening when I get back I will weigh it for you.
It was buried between two large roots. It wasn't easy getting it out. I almost gave up on it thinking it was junk.
Well I can't deny that it is a Monopoly piece :hilarious:
I agree with Die Deterioration. And it is not a vintage coin.
I decided to check the date on the only Nickel I detected today..
Anybody have a good technique to clean up the Indian Head Cent. I scrubbed it for 2 minutes and it is as hard as cement. I won't come off.
Today I did a 5 hour Metal Detecting hunt at Brooklyn's McCarren Park again. I was there last Saturday and found 5 US...
I'm not sure if you are looking at that picture correctly. I'm not seeing a railroad issue there.
But I will look more into it.
It's only a Misaligned Die Strike. It creates a slightly raised rim. I wouldn't call it Finning though.
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