Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Steve theButcher, Oct 24, 2021.
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Looks like a small greaser can you take full pictures,the coin has a lot going on it.
Most likely debris on the die as the rim isn't flattened, as it would likely be if it was just damage.
@Steve theButcher - Just to clarify......You need to take photos of the entire coin.
What did they use to grease the dies, mops?
A weak strike does not occur on only one side of the coin.
Sometimes a tilted die can cause a weak strike on just part of a coin.
I think it's DD. worn die. Grease strike affects the majority of the devices as does weak strike. It's a pretty common coin either way. I've learned that if an error is not completely obvious, or some part of a series of errors leading up to something obvious, to not to get my hopes up. But I still always check in with the vets here.
A rag. Just hold the rag and wipe the die.
I wonder what they use now. Probably some kind of silicone.
They still use grease. Lol
I heard bacon fat, because bacon fat makes everything better.
Or is that taste better? Lol
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