Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Michael Sartor, Dec 7, 2018 at 6:39 AM.
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No.. Sorry to say but that is not a Clipped Planchet.
I will say.. damaged
There are coins that do have Planchet Fissures and open cracked planchets from the edge into the field though. But I don't think that is an example.
Destroyed planchet, more like. Ouch.
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Clipped by an anti-aircraft round, perhaps. Lightning strike?
A clip is usually a little neater than that.
Looks like it was frozen in nitrogen and then hit with a hammer.
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