Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Chopperhead, Aug 7, 2020.
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Right, @Cheech9712 !
That would be Environmental toning damage.
As stated.. Missing clad layer usually occurs on one side only.
When the clad is exposed to the elements the copper tones.
Here are examples from my metal detecting finds -
It happens to Nickels also.
From my collection.
Always weigh a coin you have a question about, because if it weighs correctly,
that will answer a great deal of the possible questions.
Best coin ever. I would get on the bus for free forever flashing that gem. I show my driver all my good coins
@paddyman98 your coins are also special. BUT not as big. Love that copper sided coins. I thought I had one but never showed it. Now it’s in the jug. Never to be found by me again
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