Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by MMT, Jan 23, 2020.
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Why is the under colors weird in color
Copper is reactive. Can take on all kinds of colors. The red underneath is the actual coin. IDK what the blackish crud is.
In the first one, it looks like paint. But it could be anything.
The second one looks completely normal to me.
Coins get crud on them. They get dirty. They react to elements. It's nothing.
These are pocket change face value coins. There are billions of them,
and millions of them look exactly like this.
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