Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Paul Givargidze, Mar 5, 2021.
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Welcome to the neighborhood, Paul!
Learning how to spot errors is a very tedious chore. First, you need to learn how coins are made. This will help you to determine whether a coin is a true error or if it is just damaged while in circulation. There are limited ways that true errors can occur, but there are tens of thousands of ways that coins can be damaged, whether accidentally or intentionally, while in circulation.
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