Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Nannerz, May 17, 2021.
Thank you! Still learning, only been doing this for a few months.
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@SensibleSal66 The variety certainly exists and can be easily seen with a scope or loupe if you know what you're looking at. This isn't it, however.
These are worth a few hundred bucks if you get one in even low MS red condition, so worth being able to identify imo.
I use a microscope and 15x loupe tag team every day to confirm doubling and die markers, but I suppose there are those where that is not important to them...
I like it. It’s a guess. I think it’s good. Lol. Wrong again
Yes, the variety exists on both P and D. The one OP posted is not an example of the variety though.
Good job. Was lingering on that thought. Thanks
. That’s my second jug
If you own a USB microscope, even old eyes should be up to the task!
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