Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Leahred1967, Apr 14, 2017.
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but it is hard to tell from your pics.
I know, about my pictures. It's something that frustrates me to no end. There's nothing worse that being able to see something, but not being able to relay that image. Especially when you are trying to learn about it, or get opinions. It looks like a "notch" out of the rim, all the way around, on both sides of the coin. I've noticed it on a lot of the newer nickels. The only thing I can compare it to is a 1951 wheat I have that was apparently part of an encasement at one time, only not as severe.
I have a scope and 4 different loupes, and even then, the lighting can destroy the very imagine you're trying to capture.
Best of luck!
So you feel my pain! I think the worst thing about it is knowing how frustrated I know some people get over poor photo quality, but I just have to post what I have...thank you for understanding.
Yes, and as I've said, I've seen in quite a bit in the short time I've been at it, just never on one any older than, say, 1995.
from your photos, to be a minor mis-aligned obv. die.
Very common, very minor, and yes, they occur on dates
well before 1995.
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