A good example???

Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Scubalou, Jun 27, 2022.

  1. Scubalou

    Scubalou Active Member

    Just trying to figure out how this was done. My guess is a mini torch on the back which also distorted the front. Does that sound about right? Thanks: Lou 51.jpg 50.jpg
     
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  3. potty dollar 1878

    potty dollar 1878 Well-Known Member

    No way of truly knowing what exactly happened,you can say a million different situations,damage is damage,keep it if you like.
     
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  4. Treashunt

    Treashunt The Other Frank

    The circle in the center is typical of a coin counting machine's damage
     
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  5. Randy Abercrombie

    Randy Abercrombie Supporter! Supporter

    I was in a restaurant once and the table had uneven legs. Somebody taped a nickel to the bottom of the leg to take up the space. I wondered what that nickel would look like when it returned to circulation..... Thing is, we never know how or why people do what they do to coins. But yeah, it can be fun sometimes trying to sleuth the answer out of the coin.
     
  6. Morgandude11

    Morgandude11 As long as it's Silver, I'm listening

    Post mint physical damage.
     
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  7. Mountain Man

    Mountain Man Supporter! Supporter

    1. place coin on cement floor.
    2. place toe on coin.
    3. give it a twist.
    4. pick up coin and see if it matches.
     
  8. Mojavedave

    Mojavedave Senior Member

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  9. Mountain Man

    Mountain Man Supporter! Supporter

    Think about it.
     
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  10. Clawcoins

    Clawcoins Well-Known Member

    Aliens


    :troll: :blackalien:
     
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  11. paddyman98

    paddyman98 I'm a professional expert in specializing! Supporter

    Nope.
     
  12. desertgem

    desertgem Senior Errer Collecktor Supporter

    Sure, I see damage, but stack the coin with a similar one and if the are the same diameter, it is die deterioration damage, and both obv die and rev die show it. The reverse is more overused, IMO,
    Jim
     
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  13. Scubalou

    Scubalou Active Member

    :eek:
     
  14. Scubalou

    Scubalou Active Member

    I like the coin counting theory. Obviously it was twisted (see the arch over the door), also damage in the form of a circle that extends about half way or a little more on each side of center. Just my sleuthy self having fun.
     
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