Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by RBurk, Feb 24, 2021.
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Even if it was a mint error, as said before, if you have to use a microscope to see it, then there's no added value.
Thank you, but it depends on what you're after - doesn't it? See doubledie.com and coppercoins.com to see what I'm looking for. Microscopes are necessary for most of the categorized varieties. (Not that this coin is of any interest to them since I'm sure it's not doubling of any sort). With this coin for what it's worth, the anomaly can be seen without a microscope.
Thanks Fred - that's what I felt too. It's the placement and depth of the strike on post that caught my attention. On the extreme closeup, I can see how the metal seems to have rolled out to the sides and bottom of the mark.
LOL... Yes, it is!
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