Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by happy_collector, Jun 9, 2019.
This one has a MS64 Brown.
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Do you have this coin? Can we see the label? That looks like a PCGS Slab and not an NGC slab
I dislike the NGC prongs myself. Hides part of the coin. Glad they didn’t do that, or perhaps couldn’t do that here.
It is in an NGC slab, just not the regular prong type.
Agree. I guess I mislabel the title... Do you know how to rename title? Never tried it before. Thanks!
Agree. Looking into revising title.
Ok so now we know what you have.
Ragged Clip Planchet.
Always show the entire slab so we can have a better idea of what you have.
I forget who pointed it out earlier, but displaying the entire slab may also cue people into how much was paid for the coin. That’s something some people may not want to disclose for a variety of reasons. I’m not certain it is necessary to demand the entire slab shown, but certainly is nice to have all the info.
Very cool! Any idea if the other half is out there somewhere?
I saw that thread. I don't think that it is really a big deal. For years I have been showing all of my Mint Error slabs with no problem. So I think it's silly. But to each their own.
It was struck on a Ragged Edge clip.. So there is no other part to it.
Here is a good CoinTalk thread on the subject https://www.cointalk.com/threads/what-you-need-to-know-about-the-incomplete-planchet-error.77334/
I think that a 1955 Doubled Die on a Ragged Clip Planchet would be worth even more money! It would be a Major Variety and Mint Error at the same time!
That was a type before thinking moment. Forgive my brain fart. I had it in my head that it split after strike.
Just wanted to see if anyone would pick up on that. Congrats to Paddy!
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