Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Shaylee, Jul 21, 2020.
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Yes the first one is mine the second one is from internet images
@Shaylee. In case you haven't noticed, the folks here are much more interested in that cent appearing to be copper rather than a potential die gouge.
And the, what, 4th copper 43 D?
Please show full picture of both sides.
As far as the "gouge" the pictures are pixelated enough that I don't see it.
Yes you are correct. But the OP appears to be using the die gouge on their 1943 D cent as a die marker comparing it to a gouge on the real 1943 D copper cent image presented in their post. The two coins in the OP are not struck from the same obverse die.
I've also found all 5 of the 1885 Trade Dollars on 2 Youtube video's. It's amazing all the rare coins appearing out of the blue. Perhaps AliExpress made some sales. Heck, one person who had a "genuine" 85 TD also had an 1870 and 71 TD. Now that's rare, I tell you what.
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