Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Teran, May 11, 2021.
Do you see what I see? I can not believe it!
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Machine doubling could be for the date 2006, but what about D2 mint mark?
That supposed 2 next to the D is damage.
@Pickin and Grinin said, it's damaged. Not a 2 next to the D mint mark.
Can you pls be more specific? What kind of damage PMD or Mint time damage?!!!!?
You want specifics? Okay! A Mint employee was carrying the 4,000 pound ballistic bag when he had to sneeze. He didn't want to drop the bag and cause the pennies to scatter all over the floor, so he let go of a big sneeze and his snot fell on this coin.
And to answer your question, was the damage mint damage or PMD? There is no such thing as mint damage. It's called an error if it was made at the mint. If anyone anyone says a coin is damaged, they mean it wasn't made at the mint and you should probably spend it. And if a coin was actually damaged at the mint, it wouldn't be worth anything anyways.
The damage to the plating caused Paredolia. That looks like a 2 but it isn't one.
Doubled Die.. The OP got it correct in his title
As already answered. It is damage. An error happens at the mint. Damage and alterations happen after the minting process and are worthless.
Why you are still there? You should be in the madhouse.
"Can you pls be more specific? What kind of damage PMD or Mint time damage?!!!!?"
.......are just as ridiculous as my response. There is no way anyone can tell you exactly what, or how, it happened. Start using a little common sense!
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