Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Del44, Nov 17, 2018.
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It very well could be a government inspector's stamp, Del. The owner may have worked for a contractor that manufactured something for the Navy. If that's the case, he probably had an additional stamp with his initials or a number or symbol that would identify him, or his department. These pieces are interesting but are notorious difficult to identify.
My initial thoughts were that the stamp might have been propaganda based on Pearl Harbor.
First, welcome to the neighborhood!
Photos would help!
Nice double counter stamp! Welcome aboard matey
Some collectors save them, I have a few.
P.S. More members will see a coin when you start a new thread for each coin in question. This thread started in 2018 but you’re ok since it’s relevant to the original post. Larry
This c/s might well be a cutlery mark. I'll follow up on this thought and do some digging. If I can nail it down, I'll let y'all know .... Meanwhile, Happy New Year!
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