Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Phatcat, Aug 20, 2019.
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Here's a small date I own .
Your picture is too blurry and too far away. The 2 looks large, but it is far enough away from the rim that it might be small.
you'll still have to learn how to crop
does your scale go to 100th of a gram? Such as 3.12 grams?
or does it just round to the nearest full gram ?
Left one is a large, right one is a small.
Still don't know what the one in your first post is.
Next post why don't you show 5 coins with no description.
first post was ......
Which is neither of the 2 coins posted in his later post, right?
looks totally different, although the rim ding does exist on the right of the two, as in the single one. With such a variance in lighting, none of the other identifiable scratches showing, etc are not showing for a proper comparison. I'd say "no" if it wasn't for that rim ding (which looks different too).
the large date.
If this is a small date (snowman 8) then the scale is in question as already posted,
it may have rounded up a 2.5 zinc coin to 3. Where are the tenths? Or hundredths?
The odds are against this being the 3rd small date copper 1982-D out of 6 billion Denver coins produced that year.
I agree on all accounts with this.
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