Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by USS656, Jan 18, 2020.
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I would hope not.
I agree, Not every coin can be a 70 and without the spots and dust I would have kept the coin. The dress had an area where the matt finish was not as strong as the rest and the mint mark is a little wonky but those are normal variations I would have accepted.
Like I said, they can afford it. Let people take advantage of it. It will tighten up the mints quality control.
No they can't afford it. Taxpayer money should not be taken advantage of.
What world are you living in? Yes, in a perfect world taxpayer money should not be taken advantage of. Would you like me to go down the list? Should I start in the Billions column or Trillions column of US wasted tax dollars?
The larger spot looks like a milk spot to me due to the even color across the area of discoloration. The smaller spot looks like a contaminate on the surface (maybe one of those dust particles?). Bright center with lighter discoloration surrounding it. Just my guess.
So just continue to abuse a seriously broken system. Gotcha!
Don't get off track my friend. Those kind of conversations devolve rather quickly and end up with people getting dunned by the mods. Better safe than sorry.
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