Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by INDE1977, Jan 26, 2022.
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When you are missing a clad layer it is almost 100% on one side only.
Missing both layers would be VERY thin, VERY light, and the coin details
would not be regular as shown here. If this weighs 5.67g it's worth a quarter.
Appreciate the info. I’ve just never seen one so uniform in color
Here's one from last week. It's the same color on the obverse:
It's actually Cupro-Nickel. The Copper tones after harsh exposure. Here are some of my metal detected examples..
Nickels are also comprised of Cupro-Nickel.
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