Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by DarkRage666, Oct 28, 2020.
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since a DIE has flat faces then this was done after it left the mint.
So the front / obverse has the section that was pushed in, and thus pushed out the back side. Thus is is simply damage.
but the GOOD news is, it's worth at least 1 cent. I has not lost it's face value since being minted !!
This is a reason why we always ask for a obverse and reverse photo. Sometimes you may think there is nothing going on with the opposite side, but there may be something we can pick up on to give a definitive answer.
I noticed the backside which indeed is why I posted both sides
Yeah... I still wanna know how whoever did this did it... but I guess the world will never know
@cpm9ball did it. He's been around long enough.
@cpm9ball... what tool did you use?
It looks like a Fool Tool to me.
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