Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Tommy Barrios, Jan 28, 2019.
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Your coin does not match.
Rule of thumb... if you gotta magnify it that much to see something, it's probably not what you think.
Most would probably call it machine but the facts are it is made from the same DIE
I didn't magnified to see it I magnified it to verify it
I'm getting some popcorn.
Jeez it's not like I'm trying to get money from Them or something I'm just posting the findings.
All you found was a 69S worth 1 cent
You make sounds like you're just starting out so let me give you some expert advice: study more, draw arrows less.
I understand. I was mostly responding to the bullet accuracy required and blasted at when not strictly adhered to. I just like watching the responses.
I surely appreciate that I would take any advice that someone be willing to give.
You're looking too hard at these. Try to see if you can find a YouTube video on the minting of cents, see for yourself how fast and violently these are minted. They hardly ever come out perfect at high-magnification. Just the slightest slip of the planchet or hop of the die, this is what you get, "strike" or "machine doubling."
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