Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by JusCurious1o, Aug 3, 2020.
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@paddyman98 would say.
Do you know the meaning of a Die Clash?
You must know what to look for when searching for different Mint Error issues.
Here is some information on Die Clashes -
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.
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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