Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by JCro57, Jul 19, 2018.
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(I really wanted that dime!)
I wanted to add it to this other Improperly Annealed Mint Error I own -
Oh well.. Can't win them all
Do they throw the (sheet/roll?) of planchets away at the mint when they are over cooked?
It’s also weighs 2.3
@Bee23 yours has environmental damage. You can tell the diff by the edge
on a genuine mis-annealed planchet,
while those with Environmental surface
damage have no luster;
Compared to the other 2 with damage
It is damaged. Probably buried in soil for a while or dropped down a coal mine shaft.
If it were a genuine error - which it is not - and then you cleaned it, it would still be worth 10 cents. Just take our word: it is damaged!
Check these out. The top 2 are environmental damaged and the one on the bottom isn't. I found the bottom one metal detecting the other day. I call it " Black Eyed Roosevelt "
All damaged. Sorry
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