Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Mike Austin, Mar 14, 2019.
I have not seen any of these out there. It would be great if it was worth big bucks. Lol
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A mystery wrapped in an enigma.
Where's the pics? Did I miss something?
and surrounded by a conundrum.
I voted for all three because without pix I can't tell them apart.
Photos of both front and back of any coin must be provided in order for anyone to give you an opinion of anything.
In the meantime Mike, Welcome to Coin Talk !!
It's the Claude Rains variety.
When mentioning one of the US Mints you would say P not p
D for Denver
S for San Francisco
P for Philadelphia
W for West Point
As for your question.. It's a Plating Blister
I gave you the answer on your other thread.
No need for multiple threads.
oh okay. Lol
Unfortunately I had to make another thread because I had trouble and could not figure out how to delete the first one. Thanks for the comment though.
Sorry folks. I guess I really suck at this.
Don’t worry. Try to learn from each post. Check out the error sites like Error-ref and Wexler’s Doubled Die. You can also start learning how coins and dies are made. The more you know about the minting process, the easier it will be to spot true errors/varieties and understand why most minor errors are worth very little (if any) above face value. Like anything, it takes time.
It’s easy to tell when a new collector is learning something or if they are just asking the members to do the research for them. Keep working at it and you’ll be fine. If you're still asking the same questions 6 months from now, then you can confidently say that you "really suck at this"
I used a conundrum once...it didn't work!
Mine had a defect and cost me a condominium.(sp)
I think that is referred to as a linear plating blister. Lots of interesting ones but worth face value
Slap it as a first strike. They don't really get mush better
Separate names with a comma.