1984D die clash on both obverse and reverse.

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Bargainbidder, Sep 19, 2019.

  1. Bargainbidder

    Bargainbidder Active Member

    Wish I could take better pics but it can be seen with the naked eye as a finger print but is not I hope. Goes through neck line and lettering of both strikes is visible. Reverse is about the same in appearance but can't make out the country of origin as it seems some letters are english and others appear to be of another language. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  3. Handyman

    Handyman Active Member

    Maybe it's me but I don't see a die clash it appears to be a MAD and I'm confused on what you mean on a different language.
  4. 2manyhobbies

    2manyhobbies Well-Known Member

    I don't see a clash either. Are you referring to the moto? E Pluribus Unum? If so it's latin. Means "out of many one".
  5. Bargainbidder

    Bargainbidder Active Member

    Sorry about the pics, on the collar the small lettering seems to mesh as the strike hit at different angles. But my eyes are strained from trying to concentrate and could be seeing things that aren't there. Will put it down and rest eyes for a few hours.

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  6. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    I don't see any Die Clash. No evidence at all.
    Just a few plating blisters.
  7. Oldhoopster

    Oldhoopster It seemed like a good idea at the time.

    Since there is no evidence of clashing in the fields adjacent to Lincoln’s head, nor is there evidence of die polish indicating it was removed, it’s highly unlikely that it’s a clash. When the dies come together without a planchet, it’s the higher parts of the dies that come together. The collar is a recessed part of the die. Remember, the highest part of a coin is the lowest part of a die.
  8. PassthePuck

    PassthePuck Active Member

    well, it just looks like circulation damage.
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