Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Marites Foertsch, Jun 2, 2020.
I know I’m always wrong but
I think this time I have something.
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It is not Off Center and I don't see any doubling.
This is the original pic sir
Okay thank you...
Your welcome you need to go to a bank and buy rolls of coins to search muncher cheaper than buying from someone you don't know.
Thank you so much sir....
Should I keep this?
I would, if it cost you a quarter. When the dies are installed in the presses, if one or the other is loose, it moves during the strike and the side is off-center. Since the other die is fixed properly, the other side is centered, causing what you have, a MAD or Mis-Aligned Die.
Thank you so much...
It's the effect on the picture. I guess her phone automatically puts this filter and it is made to look like a painting, so that's the algorithm's way of making it look like a painting.
That's a heck of a way to show photos of a coin and want someone's opinion on it.
Hahahahaha you make me laugh. I’m waiting my books to arrived I’m so excited.. give me two weeks atleast I promise your not gonna stress anymore watching my pmd ahhaha good night dear hugs
Why you know. Yes it’s painting filter your right...
I'm hoping you are talking about coin books... lol Error coins that are worth anything are really hard to find in circulation.
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