Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by furham, Jan 7, 2019.
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Non-parallel dies, usually.
Weak strikes are very common on early coppers. 1852 and 1853 are notorious, especially for a weak periphery. The cause was improper strike pressure and probably improper basining of the dies.
Can't help on the N variety, I sold my Grellman and Reiver many years ago when I stopped doing Late Dates. IF you're really into LD's, you should get a copy.
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