Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Bargainbidder, Aug 24, 2019.
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Anyway will try and post better pics...Thanks Paddyman98.
It's called PMD - Post Mint Damage which occurs after it left the mint.
When you understand how coins are minted and how true mint errors occur you can know the difference.
Indeed. You can even see where it starts out in the right field, and moving to the left, crosses his eye, then proceeds onward to end right above his ear.
PMD. Spend it, if you can find anywhere to spend a cent nowadays. Put it in the penny jar, anyway.
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