Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Club128, Mar 7, 2021.
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@potty dollar 1878. The "mole" is elevated relative to the surrounding devices, if that's helpful. Thanks again.
maybe someone can help more.
a strike through?
Definitely a Die Chip..
Here is an example from my collection
Common spot for Die Breaks
@paddyman98, did you pull yours and have it graded or buy it graded? If the latter, what does something like this go for? We're not planning to sell, it's my son's first bona-fide find. But, we might consider having it graded and attributed for his collection.
I believe I got it for Less than $40.00
I would not send it in for attribution. I believe this was a special submission by a well know Mint Error specialists. Die Chips are not supposed to be attributed by NGC according to their website. Unless that has changed. (Just my theory)
You are questioning me?
How much more proof do you need?
That first photo looks like Adolph Hitler.
That entire anomaly is all part of the raised feature. I'll see if I can get a photo with some relief but that might be a tall order. Under the loup, it looks a bit more like a mountain with a crack along the ridge.
You now have a challenge, is it a die chip or is it Memorex?
How do they phrase it at Laguna Beach: "That's some gnarliness going on dude."
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