Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Eric the Red, Mar 15, 2021.
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not any of the design missing, usually occurring with off center struck
coins. The reverse is centered and complete.
I think you are right Tibor.
Old coins that had the dates hand-punched into the dies can be quirky. This is not a bad thing at all.
That is a lovely piece; not only a cool error, but it has nice surfaces as well. It is likely worth a couple hundred dollars at a minimum.
misaligned die (MAD) maybe... as tibor said if it were an off-center both sides would have to be off-center. Sure is cool to look at.
@spirityoda is correct. This is most likely
a Misaligned die (MAD) as they state.
Large Cent Mis-Aligned Obv. Die.
Very common and easily found.
Excellent post. Thank you John. Very educational.
Thank you CN.
It's good, bad, & ugly....& I like it!
I'd still love to have one
Eric the Red, you still have a fine looking coin despite the error. great job. good luck man
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