2015 shield error?

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Richard gladfelter, Mar 13, 2018.

  1. Richard gladfelter

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  3. Kentucky

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    Dang...big die break?
     
  4. Richard gladfelter

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    It goes all the way across the obverse,I was hoping for a little help.I wish i could get better pics,my new cam is in the mail,danggit.
     
  5. Kentucky

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    I've seen (and taken) worse.
     
  6. Richard gladfelter

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    Ive look at everything I could and I'm pretty sure it is a die break,it all the way across the obverse!
     
  7. Richard gladfelter

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    20180313_225452.jpg hope this helps more.
     
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  8. Pickin and Grinin

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  9. Richard gladfelter

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    Thank you,I've been looking for one and bam,6th roll!
     
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  10. dchjr

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  11. Richard gladfelter

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  12. Richard gladfelter

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    That's it I wonder how many more will be found?
     
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  13. Pickin and Grinin

    Pickin and Grinin Well-Known Member

    it all depends on when the mint caught the die crack.
    My question is: is there a further die state than this one, and what does it look like? There might be a half of a Lincoln out there with a huge cud, or a retained cud.
     
  14. Richard gladfelter

    Richard gladfelter Active Member

    I started on all my shelds today,they have alot of problems,and of course I thought "man when did they catch it? Back to it!
     
  15. Pickin and Grinin

    Pickin and Grinin Well-Known Member

    Unless the lighting is off on your photo, it looks like you might have an earlier die progression, than the one on cuds on coins.
     
  16. Richard gladfelter

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    It is earlier,by a hair.
     
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