1958 D Jefferson 5C PMD ?

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Troy Krukowski, Sep 16, 2019.

  1. Troy Krukowski

    Troy Krukowski New Member

    This gouged reverse of the nickel looks like mint damage. But this community convinced me that I have much to still learn. Anyhow the word Five seems to have a mark/gouge of some sort. If someone could assist me with their wisdom it would be much appreciated.
     
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  6. Troy Krukowski

    Troy Krukowski New Member

    oh my, sorry..... lol
     
  7. MatrixMP-9

    MatrixMP-9 Well-Known Member

    Troy, welcome! Are you sure its raised? It looks like PMD scratch. Can you get a picture on an angle to kind of show if it "peaks up" above the surface? It looks like just a scratch post mint.
     
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  8. Troy Krukowski

    Troy Krukowski New Member

    I will use this digital magnifier that I tried to save money when I bought it and learned that sometimes you get cheap product being a penny pincher. It’s definitely a deep gouge that looks as if it is under the layer. No peeling of top layer, no chips or other metal showing. I’ll take a better pic
     
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  9. Heavymetal

    Heavymetal Well-Known Member

    Looks like a struck through debris. Maybe some rim burr.
     
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    Heavymetal Well-Known Member

    72D16277-00DE-4590-9834-1933C62E3C93.jpeg 0B7FEC07-ACFA-4F0A-9E17-70E057F14FBD.jpeg Rim burr struck through of mine. 2001 S JFK proof sealed
     
  11. Troy Krukowski

    Troy Krukowski New Member

    That’s what it looks like on the nickel!!! Now that a good picture, wish I could take pics like that. Thanks
     
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