Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Jimm, Jan 12, 2020.
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Your photos, particularly the obverse one, are too blurry, but I'm guessing that it is a case of "road rash". ~ Chris
Definitely road rash! ~ Chris
including the rim directly to the left,
why would you think the immediate area where LIBERTY is located would be any different ?
Good question why isn't the rest of liberty wiped out or more of liberty
When I blow up the coin it come in clearly. I posted a better pic, u see it
When a golf ball lands on the putting green, does it wipe out a large area or just a small divot? ~ Chris
Why isn't less of Liberty wiped out ?
Why when a car crashes that one doesn't have full control of minimizing or eliminating all the damage done upon impact?
When you say this coin is "wiped out"
Can you please provide the following information of Each and Every scrap, nick, scratch, impact, drop that is seen on the coin:
Who had possession of the coin during each impact
what pressure, duration and method of each scrap, nick, etc.
Why did said person not keep the coin, how long did they keep it in their possession
Once i have this information in detail, then I'll be able to provide to you in detail of how and why Liberty is the way it is.
Just a suggestion. There is a Error Coins forum here on CoinTalk. Any future questions you may have you can create your thread there.
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