Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by mister martin, Feb 23, 2009.
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Try cleaning your camera lense. I know this is annoying but it is what it is lol
Anyone have information about this date issue I found on a 1958 D? Not having any luck finding another example with this Date Error.
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That's not anything valuable. It's called die deterioration, The die was over worked and the numbers smashed in on its self
Unfortunately, your coin looks to display a form of what's sometimes referred to as "worthless doubling". For your reading pleasure...
Hmm, interesting.... So you, as surely just a humble hobbyist, are here to simply "share" news of some incredible imaging setup, yet instead of, well, actually "sharing" it for the benefit of those you're surely only wishing to help, you expect/demand they contact you on the blind?
Why do I get the feeling someone is really here dangling a baited hook?
O Gemmy-o, Gemmy-o! Wherefore art thou, Gemmy-o?
Dumb... there's simply no other words to explain the comparisons. The idea of expecting patrons to blindly order the "best dish" at a restaurant, and without knowing the first thing about it, surely results in resounding success.
Seriously though, a "great business man" (ahem, "businessman") who can't be bothered to proofread his advertisements, actually read the forum rules before posting it, or to even remotely identify the product he's here to hawk other than to falsely claiming it offers the "best quality"? Very, very impressive, sir; how silly of me not to have realized your "greatness".
Since Gemmy doesn't seem to care, one can only hope any member reading said ad will see it for what it clearly is. If such a person truly wishes to learn how to image coins, there are numerous past threads they'll find infinitely more enlightening, and regardless of their personal budget, than chasing unknown and nonexistent rainbows. There are also a number of long-term members who have graciously been willing to help others in this very area, and have done so without trying to remove money from their pockets. The choice is theirs, but seems a no-brainer to me...
Good idea I thank you for jewels. Very nice gesture!
Hey, I tried.....
Sorry, I had not seen that message before - not until I replied to Lindasnaz's post, that is. The best thing to do, if you want to alert "any mod", is to click on the Report link, and add a short comment.
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