Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by dollar, Jan 26, 2022.
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Arrrg.. I don't have my reading glasses today
I see that it continues slightly to the right of the number 3. Interesting. Pre-Cud maybe?
That would be only if it continued over the rim at 3 o clock right?
Doesn't match any of the 84 cuds for 1983.
I just took another image at a better angle. it's what makes me think it's a die crack and not a blister. Maybe it was a blister that collapsed?
This photo makes me more convinced that’s it’s a blister. I wouldn’t try to pop it as it’s a nice one, worthy of a 2 x 2.
That ain't no plating blister, nice find!
Really? I'm seeing just the opposite.
Haha, take those horse blinders off my friend.
Last photo shows it's a die crack,
not a linear plating blister.
Something or other. We call them blinkers, BTW. Some horses run better when their peripheral vision is obscured. Me, I don't get distracted by the crowd.
But that said, that's a crack if there ever was one.
I’m speechless, which is a good thing at times. Congratulations to the OP on finding this.
I’m not so proud do I can admit I’ve been wrong in the past, I’m wrong now and I’m sure I’ll be wrong in the future.
Believe me when I tell you this, I've had that same feeling, myself. More times than I like to admit, actually.
No doubt that it is a die crack, thanks for the better and convincing photo.
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