Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Mark68, Dec 14, 2019.
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Improper alloy mix and lamination error. Oh, and a hair on reverse of wheat.
No and no
Improperly mixed alloy aka "Woody" and a Lamination Crack.. Totally different issue from a Die Crack.
I see the hair, I see a hair on the bottom of the obv '14 also. I dont see the lamination/mix error but then I don't know what to look for. I thought only clad had lam???
I definatley see the woody effect, I confused it for die polish. I thought it was very heavily polished, grinded even. How does this happen?
Forget about the hair. I think he was joking.
The Lamination is right in front of his face of the 1914 Cent. Clear as day. And no.. Not only Clad coins have laminations.. Copper Cents are the coins to have the most laminations.
Here is an example from my collection
Circulation wear just has made look a bit mushy
No hair error? shame. lol. Thx for the EXP>
On it. Just opened a tube of Ultra Brite.
You mean clean it! Don't say that too loud round here.
I did not say clean it. I said remove it. Soak in acetone.
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