Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Tin_Man_0, Aug 16, 2019.
I highlighted it for full effect, but the original isn't much different.
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There are dozens of threads on CoinTalk with the same question. Most are plating issues.
Crappy Zincoln =
Wow, is my imagination that much more active? (aka hallucinating lol) but am I the only one that sees the giant shadow of a D right there in roughly the same style and orientation of the mint mark? This isn't the first time I've seen this, when I first saw it I just immediately thought it was drift of some zinc rot but that was on first strike. Like a "burn" on strike and much like smoke it drifts and spreads wide on the surface of the coin over a long period of time.
Yes, you're letting your imagination control the reality of the situation.
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