Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by RBurk, Feb 15, 2021.
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Thanks Kevin. The closest I can find is Wexler 1963-D 1C wddo-048. There are many doubles of the 1963 D missing though and while this looks very close, it's not exact.
Thanks for your input. There are raised areas on the R, U and last T in trust. They look very similar to Wexler 1963-D 1C wddo-048. I think it's is a different doubling though as there seem to be 1 or 2 differences. Wexler has many doubles shown for that coin without pic's or descriptions.
Thanks desertgem. Maybe the pic's don't show the rim correctly. It's a very strong rim all around the coin.
@RBurk You may have a discovery piece. I took a look at Wexler's listings, Coppercoins, and Variety Vista. I don't see a match and while -048 is close, I think it's different. You have the piece in hand and it's possible that the markers for -048 are for a die stage different than yours. So you might want to send it to Wexler for examination. He can determine if it is a different die state or a new discovery. I'm leaning a new discovery. Nice find from the wild!!
Thanks for your input Kevin! I'm emailing John with pics to see if he's interested in seeing it. I'll let you know when I hear back.
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@RBurk Can you see these markers from Wexler?
Reverse: A light die scratch runs SW from the bottom of the 2nd S in STATES to the top of the 2nd U of PLURIBUS. A die scratch runs SW from the bottom of the 1st U in PLURIBUS to the top of the 2nd U in UNUM.
My original post showed the wrong coin. I've replaced it with a correct pic in a new post.
I don't see them, but I'm a total novice. I've take a couple of closeups for your review.
The original pics posted were from a different coin. The correct pics are shown in a new post below.
Here are the corrected pics:
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