Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Shaun Schafer, Apr 21, 2019.
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Overpolished die? Not entirely sure.
Could anyone tell me if this is an error
It is the result of an overpolished die. It is not really considered to be an error, just a die that should have been retired.
So then wouldn’t be an error due to not retiring it when it should have been. Have you ever seen this before
Seen it numerous times before.
Don't forget that every coin struck from
a polished die will look like your's - anywhere
from 50,000 to a few hundred thousand coins.
So is it worth anything
Face value. The Mint mints millions of them every year. Very common.
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