Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Andrew313, Nov 22, 2019.
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Not an error.
I bet the surface of the coin has other contact marks too.
There is no doubt that it's a damaged coin. You can see some displaced metal on the upper left side. Nobody else will find one because isn't a mint variety. Sorry but it's damaged, as has been pointed out by some extremely knowledgeable numismatists
I beg to differ with you.
DEFDAM - Definitely Damaged
Not a mint error of any kind. There is no reason for the Mint to change the letter D to a U.
- Mr. Ed
Specializing in collecting mint errors since 1985
First, welcome to the neighborhood, JR!
As others have stated, it is not an error. It is simply damage, and as such, is only worth face value. ~ Chris
How can it damnage when it's consistent in damaged area. Find it hard to believe it is worn or damaged die doubl die. Right
You are new to CT, and from your lack of understanding of the minting process, you must be new to numismatics as well. Give it a few years! ~ Chris
Give me my coin back!
No two damaged coins are going to be absolutely exactly alike.
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