Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Cazador, Feb 12, 2024.
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It does not look like a Broadstruck coin to me. I see no stretching at the perimeter. A broadstruck coin will have a larger diameter than a regular coin.
If this coin was spooned wouldn’t the edge and rim flow into the denticles? If you compare with a normal reeded edge the denticles are close to the edge. On the 78 the denticles are much further from the edge.The This first coin is reeded.
I haven’t spooned since my last military field exercise.
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The previous weight was wrong.The scale that was used must have been off so i checked on my scale and seems to be where it is supposed to be.
@alurid on this one. I don't see any of the usual signs of a broad/out-of-collar strike beyond the missing reeding, and there are lots of ways to wipe out reeding post-strike. Heck, I regularly see clad quarters with no reeding, and often there's little or no change in diameter or thickness.
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