Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by FooFighter, Apr 16, 2019.
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Hiya @FooFighter - do any of your coins with missing initials have the "floating roof"?
I was looking at shattered dies recently. I think they are so extreme looking that, although I do recognize that they can be seen as "related" (both die-related and one the possible precursor of the other), I wouldn't say a shattered die was 'close' to a slight interior die break. Maybe I am nit-picking here?
Still. I like what you found!! I would also keep this coin. It's cool!
Sold it for $60.
Nice @Sculptureman SHD-10c-2006P-01. I’ve got his brother
John Sullivan had the mother of both of these online In MS.
Yea I believe 1 of them does. I'll have to look again. That's a pretty new cool error. I check that on all my cents. Just like weighing them. One of the advantages of OCD!
How many do you have Cointessa?
@FooFighter ...look at the reverse of the coin first attached to your display board...check to see that, over time, the metal is not reacting to the mounting tape. It may not leave a residue, but it may cause environmental damage.
Also, be sure to use white cotton gloves when mounting, to avoid leaving finger oil prints on the obverse.
2x2 flips are cheap and provide a minimum of protection. I advise you to take the time to do this for your coins...Spark
I've been checkin out those books tho. That's what I want for sure.
I hear ya @FooFighter !! I've been there.
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