Damaged 2016 - want to know is it pmd?

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by JusCurious1o, Aug 3, 2020.

  1. JusCurious1o

    JusCurious1o Member

    I didn't want to just throw this one in a jar without checking it out,because of the lettering. Is any of the damage a die clashes? Thanks in advance for all replies

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  3. cpm9ball

    cpm9ball CANNOT RE-MEMBER

    Why do you think that this damage could be a clash? ~ Chris
  4. thomas mozzillo

    thomas mozzillo Supporter! Supporter

    Sorry, but I don't see any evidence of a die clash. :)
  5. lordmarcovan

    lordmarcovan Numismatic jack of all trades & specialist in none Moderator

    Definitely damaged, or "DEFDAM", as @paddyman98 would say.
  6. paddyman98

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  7. Mountain Man

    Mountain Man Well-Known Member

    I'm not sure I understand your question. On the reverse, I see some odd marks that one might think was a clash (too bright to tell what is going on), but on the obverse, it appears obvious to me that it is just PMD. Maybe if you could elaborate on your question/thoughts, it might help.
  8. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    If it's damaged it's PMD. Can't tell anything from your photos.
  9. JusCurious1o

    JusCurious1o Member

    Before posting l made notes about areas l thought were apparent: l think there's several areas of die breaks and chips,maybe cud error,ddo IN GOD WE TRUST/earlobe,ddr Epluribus unum.l also understand that die chips/breaks result from damage that comes out from coins surface is considered psd. Die clash was absolutely wrong-thanks for correction.What l have yet to understand is when coins have this level of damage coupled with a desired effect also determines value. Thanks for all replies
  10. rascal

    rascal Well-Known Member

    Sorry but I agree with the other members that said PMD . Post mint damage on a coin takes away value instead of making it valuable. Damage to a coin is no good at all and makes coins look bad. A few corrupt people on the net tries to sell damaged coins as error coins.
  11. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    A coin is worth face value. If the coin contains an error, the value increases. The error value is determined by many things, including condition. If the coin is damaged the value drops, even if it is an error. Die breaks, cracks, chips, cuds and lamination errors are nice and people collect them. These are minor errors and have little affect on the value.

    A coin that contains an overdate will be more valuable but if that same coin is damaged the value can be so low the error will not help increase its price.
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