Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by bruthajoe, Jan 27, 2022.
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@paddyman98 and @Fred Weinberg for their opinions...
Off-center brockage. Here is a US large cent example that was overstruck normally.
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@John Wright maybe the file is too big. I copy and paste all the time.
Brothajoes coin looks almost looks TOO perfect. On a brokage wouldn't it be a little more less defined? Possibly more damage to the planchet? Ie: scratches or bent to some degree? Wondering if this isn't a Chinese fantasy piece? Note mushy brockage letters on my brockage coin? Let Mr Weinberg or Bubblepopper take a crack at it.
Here is one that sold in 04' on Heritage.
THANK YOU! We'll try that here. If it works, you'll have your pic of an off-center brockage overstruck normally.
And as a BONUS! An off-center brockage, two cap-strikes, and a brockage cap-strike. ENJOY!
look it up if you do not know what to call it. lol
Interesting and thanks.
Sweet. I love when you member flash that stuff that any one can clearly see
that are struck off center with a Brockage on the reverse
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