Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by sunday13, Feb 21, 2019.
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ok. Thanks. Your statement leaves no room for me to ask "why"do you think it's damage, but thank you anyway
So it is a die chip. It's not damage. Correct?
I agree with Ken, and there is no reason to save it. These small die breaks are so common, that you will be able to fill a 5-gallon bucket with them in no time.
Personally, I would keep anything that's a genuine error, no matter how small. After all, what's it gonna hurt? What are you gonna spend a penny on that can't wait until the next penny is in your pocket?
I should have been more explicit. I was actually referring to all denominations and die breaks that may or may not occur anywhere on a coin.
Any tiny die chips or small die cracks at the corner of the Memorial building that you have that you don't want, PLEASE send them to me. I have none of either.
Obviously you've been Blessed, to have so many of both, that you can throw them in the dump bucket.
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