Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Avery G., Oct 26, 2019.
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No. They are not.
FWIW, if whatever it is you are seeing is raised, it is most likely a die chip. Roosevelt dimes are plagued with die chips in the hair area for some reason.
There are trillions and trillions of coins in circulation, and there is no telling how many of those coins have die breaks or even post-mint damage on them. Please let us know when you have examined all of the coins in circulation. Only then, can you state without reservation, "I have never seen a die chip that perfectly forms a letter and/or number."
His statement is accurate as is. "He" has never seen...
I can't help it if he doesn't use the "Quote" function so we know which post he is answering, but he has argued against comments by others that the anomaly is not what they claim. Therefore, I challenge him to prove that a die chip does not exist that perfectly forms a letter or number.
It's clear that you are only here to argue about something you don't understand or even wish to learn. You have posted nothing that's true.
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