Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by scott bixby, Dec 13, 2020.
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welcome to CT
you may find that there is a lot to learn about coins.
Since they are put in the hands of people, damage is quite unlimited.
Whereas damage during the minting process can be well defined and limited.
Parking lot scrapes...do you really think it left the mint like that?
A filled in "D" ... or more precisely a filled in Mint Mark is usually caused from a die chip. The little point on the Die, which creates the cavity for the middle of the D gets broken off quite easily. Thus you'll find it somewhat common for little letters or numbers.
Always find out first what your coin may be.
Just because it looks strange, different or weird does not automatically mean it is a mint error.
Separate names with a comma.