Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by FoundinTN, Jul 21, 2019.
OR ..it was struck thru grease(not likely). lol
Very minor but neat to look at .
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Of course likely.. Why do you think it was not?
They didnt grease their dies in the year 200,you should know this...or did they
Ok first of all it is obviously not 200..
Some kind of debris clogged that last digit and bacame compacted on the Die which did not allow it to be formed properly!
Ok i guess its not a 200
Love the humor!
They greased their wagon wheels back then. Why wouldn't they grease their dies?
If it was a 200 W, you could say the Mint greased Wheezer
nickel....Umm, no, its a 2000 quarter!...Yes...That's what it is...No?....Well I don't
know what it is, but it was made in the year 2000!!....Yah....So there!!..
Framed LHO? For what? Kennedy's still alive. LOL
I can confirm,we go to different gyms together.
That's s neat trick but do able.
If anything,that is a UfO...matches the description
This is the closest thing you will find to a “dime” from the year 200 (close to the same weight and diameter).
All ancient coins were hand struck and so there was no need to use grease as might be required for the operation of a machine. However the conditions in ancient mints were far less controlled than modern mints and it is fairly common for dirt, rust or other debris to fill in parts of the design of an ancient die. Note the missing head of the eagle at bottom left on the reverse of the below denarius.
I know the “year 200 dime” comment was said in jest but I thought some might be interested in some ancient coin input
@Curtisimo Awesome information,thanks for sharing. I actually expected a post like this,haha,very neat stuff.
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