Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Tiffany Lynn Arsineau, Oct 28, 2020.
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Rule of thumb- if there is raised metal around the impact, it is post-mint damage.
No cud here, a cud involves the rim and is much more obvious.
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Thank you thats what I was trying to figure out that and if it was considered error or damaged.. Thanks much appreciated
These are Cuds
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It doesn't look like a hit from the reeded edge of another coin. They are spaced too far apart.
Was it a FOOLS TOOL then?? XD
The cud on the cent looks more like glue. It is very shiny. And transparent.
I have it in a coin flip hence the shiny its cud on both front and back its not glue i had it under a microscope and everything and tried scratching it off
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