Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by David Post, Feb 12, 2019.
Can somebody explain this one?
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Improperly Mixed Alloy Mint Error..
Also know as a Woodie
Here is some information -
Quote - "A poorly mixed alloy can result in alternating light and dark streaks. This is often referred to as a “wood grain” pattern, and the coins themselves as “woodies”." Closed quote
There are several threads on CoinTalk on these.. Do a search using the words -Improperly Mixed Alloy
That's an extreme Woody!
That's what she said
A very nice woodie as Paddyman explained.
It looks like it has been heavily damaged on both sides, like a "parking lot" coin.
Uh no probably not. Woodys are just very difficult to take a decent picture of.
Here's, one of mine
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