Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Garlicus, Jan 6, 2018.
Poor ipad pics, but any thoughts?
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IDK, I would think that there would be noticeable marks from whizzing, no?
Dipped and polished?
Did a very good job on the rest, though, lol. Look at how clean LIBERTY is.
Any idea what's going on with the 8s? Some extra metal on the indents on the right. Die deterioration? (Edit: eh, whatever it is, I see on coins on PCGS's site)
The P, R and B look the same.
Now you're talking, as you finally explained to us what you're looking at. Now I know it's cool to just act like we're all clairvoyant, but I'm not. OK, now to the question. In my my expert, experienced opinion, that's a die chip. Dies can chip everywhere. Just because the chip is adjacent to the date doesn't mean it's an underlying number. This is a die chip off that corner, in my opinion.
Agreed. You can see the mounting areas very clearly in the reverse photo at 2 and 10 o’clock.
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