2018 D cent

Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by ddk2881, May 20, 2019.

  1. ddk2881

    ddk2881 Active Member

    Wondering what it is that causes what I see around the Edge of this coin. I don't think it's rare or valuable just curious what it is. Only reason I posted so many pics is to show all the way around. IMG_20190520_175909.jpg IMG_20190520_175828.jpg IMG_20190520_175801.jpg IMG_20190520_175740.jpg IMG_20190520_175659.jpg IMG_20190520_175617.jpg IMG_20190520_175546.jpg IMG_20190520_175522.jpg
     
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  3. FooFighter

    FooFighter Just a Knucklehead Coin Hunter

    Don't sweat it. The more pictures,,,,,,, in focus, (which yours are), the more they get off on it here.
    Wait for reply. You'll get your answer in no time at all.
    Gonna take a chance and probably come out of this looking like a fool, but it looks like flow marks, from the pressing of the planchet . Under such high pressure, and the positives and negatives of the die, the metal flows outward toward the collar, thus leaving flow marks in that direction.
     
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  4. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Well-Known Member

    Die Deterioration (the start of a Ridge Ring)
    and Plating Blisters

    zincoln's are far from perfect specimens when not coddled after leaving the Mint and when the dies are abused because they are after quantity, and not quality for coins used in circulation/commerce.
     
  5. ddk2881

    ddk2881 Active Member

    Thank you.
     
  6. paddyman98

    paddyman98 No Common Cents! Supporter

    Simple description.. Worn Die Strike
     
  7. paddyman98

    paddyman98 No Common Cents! Supporter

    Nay..
     
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