Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Salvatore Cucchiara, Sep 29, 2023.
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yes, the clipped planchette and its still 2.6,maybe its a copper 1983 right
maybe its a 3.0 or 3.1 rare copper 1983
if its a clipped planchett and copper is cut off of it, then it should be 2.3 no,but instead its supposed to be 2.5 or 2.6 in a full coin, but since its clipped it should take weight off,and since my penny is 2.6 and clipped it should be heavier, understand now
How do we know it's what you say it is? Huh? Also, why are you concerned about the weight?
I don't understand, it's just a normal penny that happens to be an Incomplete planchet error. Nothing more. JMO.
mid-specification even with the 2 small clips in it.
In an incomplete planchet no metal is ever cut off. It was a planchet that was cut to close to the previous cut planchet on the coin stock sheet. Planchets are never clipped. They just call them that because it looks like they were.
I AM TRYING TO SAY, IT MIGHT BE A 3.0 COPPER 1983 CENT, CAUS IT WAS CLIPPED AND THAT TAKES AWAY WEIGHT DONT IT, AND ITS NOT A COMPLET 1983 CENT, CAUS 2.5 OR 2.6 IS REGULAR BUT METAL CUT OFF MIGHT HAVE MADE THE PENNY BE A 3.0 OR 3.1 COPPER 1983 WHICH IS VERY RARE,UNDERSTAND NOW GUYS
from the edge and i can see no cut and shear on it.
I do not think your coin it is struck on a copper planchet due to the reason of
not seeing cut and shear on clipped edge of coin.
Please show the edge of the large clip.
WHY ARE YOU YELLING AT ME?
NO NEED TO YELL!
Not yelling forgot to change the font back lollllllllll
amount, IMO Jim
so what do you think big guy, do u think since coin was planchette cut the 2.6 i hav of a 1983 can be a 3.1 copper cent, the rare one im talking about
do u think since coin was planchette cut the 2.6 i hav of a 1983 can be a 3.1 copper cent, the rare one im talking about, caus of the cutoff metal
so if it wont be 3.0 or 3.1, then if the copper wasnt cut off the penny might be 2.9 thats close enough for a copper cent right everyone
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