Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Stevearino, Dec 25, 2017.
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I don't see the the same defects in the shields stripes. If they are the same coin, it would fool me.
The date position on the obverse. And the marks between the D and S of UNITED STATES on the reverse as well as the toning dot below the wreath ribbon on the reverse. There are actually a few others if you look deeper.
Then explain the differences in the sheild. Where are the dibits in the bars?
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Coinman_2000, is that you???
If you honestly believe that the details on the shiny left coin are 100% the same as the details on the worn down brown coin on the right at opposite ends of the yellow arrows.. then I have a box of worn down coins I'd be willing to sell you at AU prices
I know you are upset, but there is no need to troll him. Her might be right, but I don't see it.
I sent the coin back for a refund so I really don't have any dogs in the race, just can not believe that someone would think
* a worn brown coin could be lit and photographed so that it resembled a shiny detailed coin
* that if they thought they were getting a shiny detailed coin and received a worn brown one that they'd be satisfied
* that they can look at the side by side photos and still think they are same coin..
The only thing the same about them is the date... maybe they were the same coin in 1864 but not now..
I guess there's really no point in continuing the debate since I'm the only one that thinks they are different and I sent it back for a refund so we can just let it lie
I agree. I don't think it is the same coin. What entails sending it back?
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