Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by TexAg, Jul 22, 2019.
@Kaye and @Islander80-83 for our recent discussions on rotated dies!
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Hurry! Hurry! Call Parker Schnabel and tell him you found a new seam for his next season of Gold Rush!
@furryfrog02 ! I did not even consider it could be a trick coin. After your reply, I weighed it at only 10.66 grams. I dropped it on the table a few times but could not get it apart. Then I remembered the trick coin experts saying to put it in a glass jar and shake it. Sure enough look what I found.
with @furryfrog02. It looks like a magicians coin, sorry. But you're looking in the right spot. Good man! Still a nice find!
Good eye! I was always amazed how they actually make those things! Although, it's probably an easy process. Seems like a lot of effort for not much of a benefit.
That's okay FF! At least you let me down easy, lol! Anyways, on the silver lining side, the wife will be happy I found a trick coin as I showed her a posting of one awhile back and she thought it was cool. Not as cool as a "Major Die Rotation estimated at 100 degrees!" though.
The only "rotated" coin I found was also a Kennedy magician's coin. Was totally bummed.
I feel your pain!
So what happens like literally the next day I saw some show on russian spy rings etc & the halves being used to transfer microfilm etc. Anyways can't remember what got investigated.
But yeah I've always wanted find one ever since.
A Russian spy coin, lol!
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