Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Avery G., Nov 7, 2019.
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The issue on the reeded edge is called a Broken Collar Cud. Nice find. I collect those.
What color is the debris? What does it weigh?
Which one is it?
It is found that the broken collar will rotate. The cud can be found in any spot of the edge.
You know, Paddy, you should create a thread about how you got started collecting errors and what resources you used "way back when". I know that the online sites didn't exist then.
thanks for clarification.
I don't think your coin is a rotated collar cud error. A collar cud is caused by a chip in the collar and not a Broken collar. There is a difference between a chipped and a broken collar/die. A broken collar would let metal protrude out beyond the edge of the coin. The anomaly in your third photo looks to be pressed into the coin and not protruding like a cud. I think you called it correctly as debris.
Thank you paddyman98. I
You say debris and I say cud.. I have my own opinion and I respect yours. Well whatever it could be it is still interesting.
A new thread would be in order for a different coin.
I would like to see a better photos of the edge of the coin in this thread. Ones with less light reflection. And maybe you would answer my questions from post #4.
I am trying to learn just like you and others that will read this thread.
I also respect the opinions of other people and I am grateful for the opportunity to
express my own.
Yes, it's a different coin.
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