Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Juggalo, Sep 18, 2019.
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Again, if you are referring to the peak of the shield, it is not a chip! The coin took a hit which pushed the coin metal from its original shape.
Why do you think that more pictures will change anything? Just say you don't believe me, and submit the coin to an error specialist or a grading service and waste your money.
Yup, looks like damage. You can see metal was moved. Not much but enough for it to be identifiable. I don't know if there's any correlation, but there's also a scratch/scrap mark from the A all the way down to the damage. Like something like another coin or something scraped down and smashed the top of the shield.
Just above the U on the shield is s bump and that looks like a die chip.
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