Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Abcrider, Apr 15, 2019 at 6:53 PM.
1921D Morgan Reverse Die Chip with Die Crack..
Please let me know if it’s something else.
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Yes, imho it looks like a die crack. From above the “F” to through America.
No chips that I see.
Die chips are extremely common on Morgan dollars because it takes 130-150 tons of pressure to strike each coin.
There are so many die errors- I’m kinda getting confused Lol I’m happy I got one right Thanks!
Do I have a die chip coin or something else?
All Morgan and Peace dollars are classified as VAM's. Rarely will you ever find one attributed for a die crack or die chip because they are that common. It doesn't matter. That is why I can't understand why some collectors get so excited about cracks & chips on other denominations.
FWIW, I don't see a die chip, either.
I will get on vamword. Curious, Is there a definition word for the string of silver at the top of the coin? I really tried on this one. Would really like to know what you see...
If you are referring to the line that begins in the denticles above the "F" and extends through the tops of "AMER", that is a die crack. Like I said, they are common. I had an 1899-O that had the crack running around the entire perimeter, through USofA, ONE DOLLAR, both stars and the tips of the eagle's wings.
I believe my coin resembles http://vamworld.com/wiki/1921-D_VAM-4A#http:.2F.2Fwww.vamworld.com.2F1921-D.2BVAM-4A_VAM_4A
I’m not saying it’s rare- just trying to figure all of this out. Thank you for your replies
VAM 4A is a good attribution for your coin. Nice find.
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