Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by GARY R COYIER, Jun 7, 2021.
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Not a Mint error of any kind.
Only the person who did it would know how it was created. I did not occur during the minting process.
True. It looks like it could be an error but it's not. Good thing we do our best to help.
LOL. I changed my comment. I read it wrong the first time but now read it again
Thanks paddyman98, I always appreciate your answers. I was sure it was damage but was a little thrown by seeing the imprint so clearly. Having fun learning from everyone.
One day you should try your own experiment.. Take an old wheat Cent and place a sharp object against it in the same area where the damage on the Cent in question is.. See what the results are. I bet it would look exactly the same!
The upraised lettering just simply sunk into the incused crevice.
Something like this......
I agree w/Paddy it's LLSILA - Looks Like a Straight Incused Line Alteration on both sides.
Sounds like a termite killer product! Jim
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