Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by David Rogers, Jan 13, 2021.
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It is called a penny, or as some purists say, one cent. Your photos are so blurry that I'm getting a headache.
than the pictures aren’t uploading right that explains a lot thank you I’ll have to change them to a PDF
Misaligned Die Strike on the Obverse. Reverse side is centered.
I gave you the answer before..
Misaligned Die Strike. I have found many like yours over the years especially on Cents minted in the early 1970's.
No need for more pictures.
Thank you only reason I uploaded more pictures is wanted to see if they actually looked better. But thanks for your time.
But you can clearly see it is Misaligned. You don't need super clear pictures to determine that.
I myself have posted hundreds of pictures over the years and the majority of them are slightly out of focus.
Yes.. I answered the question already if you read the posts given.
Even a bit blurry you can still tell it's a Misaligned die strike.
the member explained why he added pictures, and during the time that passed before he did so, he tried to upload pdf pictures., because another member informed him the original pictures were blurry.
ok.. But there was no need to provide clearer pictures.. It was obviously a Misaligned issue.
So no need in adding more to this thread.
maybe he does not know, and maybe other members don't know.
posting 3x with mild impatience does not seem very productive for helping and explaining and teaching.
maybe a better example would be to post some of the hundreds of the images you referred to, along side the member's photos, and explain.
a tbi is a very serious debilitating injury, and cognizant/visual/speech to written communication transfer/memory vs. time absorption synapses are all severely limited.
what the member is doing is actually helping fire synapses and increase motor skills and increase bio-chemical interference inhibitors.
maybe we can help, by being a bit more patient and tolerant of the tbi.
Maybe.. I knew about his issue from another thread he created. But I felt like making him work harder for something unnecessary was not needed. IMO.
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