Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by DavidTN, Apr 9, 2020.
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Honest, it really is there.
In your photo, the reverse is upside down. I cropped the photo and rotated it for you. I also removed a bit of the glare and added some contrast as best I could. When you take a photo, it is best not to use too much of a focused light on the coin. That can drown out details around the area where the light directly hits and cause some glare.
But, I did see the T in your original photo. I did a rough outline for you so you can see it. You have the coin in hand, so you should be able to see the T as well as the upper left (your left) of the serif N from CENT. Also, that bulge you see right above the ribbon should be the remnant of the bar under the EN of CENT.
Separate names with a comma.