2007 Thomas Jefferson 1 dollar upside-down - error coin?

Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by TestiTestman, Jun 17, 2019.

  1. TestiTestman

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  3. paddyman98

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    It's the normal way US Coins are struck.

    By the way coins are struck/minted.. Not printed. Paper Currency is printed using ink.
     
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  4. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    Looks normal to me.
     
  5. Kentucky

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    There are two "alignments" of how coins are struck. If you hold the coin between two fingers on the top and bottom of the coin and spin it around, if the back is upside down relative to the front, this is called "coin" alignment. If the reverse is the same as the front it is called "medal" alignment. The US used coin alignment.
     
  6. TestiTestman

    TestiTestman New Member

    Thank you for your answers. A pity, I thought I had a special coin.

    @paddyman98: Thanks for the hint!
     
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