Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by zmemarine, May 19, 2022.
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A lamination happens when part of the struck coin splits. It has a seam like yours. Now, why do I think it might be something else? The hint is in this paragraph.
@Insider Finned rim?
cwart, posted: "Finned rim?"
If that's what it is, what evidence on the coin do you see to base that on?
The piece in question appears to have folded over the devices of the coin. I don't see part of the E Pluribus Unum being struck through the metal.
I don't see part of the E Pluribus Unum being struck through the metal.
That's exactly what I see but I'm not an expert. I don't know if a tiny part as this qualifies as a "fin." I thought fins were like a thin raised lip on the edge. That is a lot of metal in one spot.
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