Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Seattlite86, Jan 19, 2020.
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After the series of pics and overlays from @Clawcoins, I am changing my vote to "unsure."
@TypeCoin971793 I pulled out an ASE today and admit to failing to understand the photograph.
I ran across in my file folder from that website a fake Proof ASE, which is shown below. Granted the OPS coin is not proof nor is the shown coin's date shown. But this shows you the level of detail that the fakes were getting to. One reason I then only opted to buy from respectable sources. This was the latest generation, earlier generations had more tell-tale signs of anomalies.
Fortunately, they gave up on the reverse
yeah, there is just so many things wrong with the reverse, but one has to really look at all the fine details of everything including elements distance to each other and other elements. Then the shapes of individual parts and comparison, etc etc.
To the "casual" collector it looks legit but it screams fake.
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