Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Jgilmore1784, Aug 22, 2019.
someone explain what the hell im looking at that I just found..
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All I see are small simple planchet anomalies on the Reverse. Nothing really major and nothing really "impossible"
@Fred Weinberg @Pete Apple @mikediamond This is interesting on the reverse
Could you please post where this info comes from? I could not find a listing for such a thing at Error-ref.com.
it's in my head.. When I finish writing the error book I plan to put out I will send you a copy. 34 years of anomalies
Related to laminations, fissures, IDB's etc.
How in the heck did the book get in your head. Are you saving all your metal detector finds for the surgery?
"MINT ERRORS FOR DUMMIES....HOW TO FIND THEM METAL DETECTING....IT'S A BEACH OF A JOB!"
above the "P" and "R" in PLURIBUS
lower left of the "E" in ONE
top & bottom left of "C" in CENT
to the right of "T" in CENT
above "O" in OF
above "T" and "E" in STATES
a dot on the top of the left wheat stalk
there are only hits/contact marks on the reverse.
I don't see any die chips or die cracks.
What you see on the reverse occurred after
the coin was already in circulation.
All I see is something on the C in CENT.
@Fred Weinberg @Clawcoins ...the anomalies appear to be raised metal as Clawcoins listed of the various areas of the coin. I agree that circulation and contact marks can push up surrounding metal and I am in no way arguing here. But my guess, at least for some of these, is attempts to clean up a damaged die.
I am open to stand up or sit down to be corrected...Spark
upon closer inspection this is what I think I see from my list ....
(1) die chips as they show height.
(2) there a large indent on the tip of the E which appears to push the metal out and up to the lower left. PMD
(3) appears to be 2 craters inside the loops which are pushed out metal. PMD
On the lower part you can see a strike movement across from the inside to the outside of the C. PMD I guess.
(4) there's a strike across the T in an arc from the top left to the outside lower part of the T. Thus looks like moved metal. PMD
(5) an upwards strike going through the O, and thus forming pushed metal above it. PMD
(6) appears to be just dents/damage in some and not all images. PMD
(7) small die chip as it shows height.
but then .. we weren't there to witness all of it and I'm just briefly looking at pictures
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