Must be post mint damage...
Not sure what the area above AMERICA is...also, on the obverse below Lincoln, there is no rim at all. I added a close up image of the area below...
Thank you Chris for the questions. The "clean" cut is the area between the normal color of the coin and the erosion. I cleaned the area with acetone...
This area shown has a "clean" cut with some erosion below it. Could this be something other than PMD?[ATTACH][ATTACH] [ATTACH]
LaCointessa, no... it's not a die crack, nice arrows though
Someone must have taken a stick to this nest...[ATTACH][ATTACH]
I know it's not a die crack (Delaware Quarter), but this blister looks funny where it is.[ATTACH] [ATTACH]
Thanks paddyman98... Nice coin
Is this something done at the mint, or after it left the mint? [ATTACH][ATTACH] [ATTACH]
I have found others but this one is in the best condition. [ATTACH][ATTACH]
Found this in a roll and thought I'd share...[ATTACH][ATTACH]
I went to error-ref.com to search for pre strike lamination errors images but none were available. But, it doesn't look like any of the post strike...
I never realized there were so many RPMs for 1960d. I believe this one is Vista Variety 027 stage E. [ATTACH] [ATTACH] [ATTACH]
I thought this was an electric box plug in the roll I was searching until I turned it over and learned someone had too much time on their hands......
No... just gunk
Sorry bout that paddyman98...[ATTACH]
Seems like an unusual place for this chip. Anyway, thought I'd share.[ATTACH]
Why is the lamination straight up? There was a little debris in that area so I soaked it in acetone and very LIGHTLY with a cotton swab tried to...
Thanks guys... searching around this morning and believe it is a planchet error. Here is the link on error-ref.com I found.
Are the scratch marks in the two doors due to the die or the planchet?[ATTACH]
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