Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Raizac, May 4, 2021.
It's clear that the upset rim in that area is gone. The rim is now flat.
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Call it what you want. Ignore the opinions posted. It's your coin.
I'm not an expert, so that was just my first impression when I saw it.
damage on the rim/edge area.
Based on those photos, it's not a lamination, not
a rim burr or rim fold, etc.
Expert attribution on the previous post from a top mint error expert Fred Weinberg.. Now you could put the issue to rest
@paddyman98 @Fred Weinberg
I sent this in to see who was right! it cost me 50 bucks+sh. it came back as code 83 Peeling Lamination!!!!! witch is a planchet error and not PMD as you all said it was... ppl on coin talk claim they will pay grading fees if it comes back an error so who is going to buck up? this is an error as it's a planchet flaw...if anyone wants to pay you can send it to PayPal @Raizac002 you will see the same icon tag that I use here on coin talk
PCGS and other Grading/Attribution companies are not perfect. They sometimes make the wrong call.
But that's not even the case for you coin..
Clearly they didn't attribute it as a Mint Error. Funny how they didn't slab it
Never heard of what they think it is and I'm not convince of anything.. that's no error in my book
Not an interesting issue anyways.
The body bag does not state Mint Error. I'm not shelling out anything. Too bad.
Hehe.. I don't know what to think of it.. I do know that I have seen PCGS body bag certian minor errors that they don't slab but they will still put MINT ERROR on the label. So your coin is up in the air IMHO
I just wanted to post the update I have another one that I'm PO'ed about with pcgs as I have sent in the 1973 D ddo fs101 and I should have gotten the verity but they did not give it to me but yet their photo's true view shows that my coin and their coin are the same... mine blow and pcgs's here https://www.pcgs.com/coinfacts/coin/1973-d-50c-ddo-fs-101-014-8/147887
@Burton Strauss III ? What's that supposed to mean? "Bye Felicia"
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