Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Rayrayford2, Jan 23, 2021.
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Suggestion.. Keep creating your threads over at the Error Coins forum. Not the What's it Worth forum.
Worry more about what it could be than value.
When I read the reference it seems to be saying that the Hydrozincite formed is a result of the strike error not that the original damage is post strike error. And they are calling it an error so could you elaborate on your point to clear up my confusion? Thanks
I have some clearer photos for instruction I want to post sir. I do believe that it is what you called it but is that the same as machine doubling? Also your referenced the reverse and not the obverse I see some doubling there also. Thanks
PS. Also it appears the striations are not all pushing in the same direction
So what is your opinion on the Coin itself
It's a handsome red cent, that's all. Why doesn't it occur to you to study up on die doubling given your obvious interest in it? I know ten-year-olds who understand die doubling better than you seem to and the only difference is they took the bother to study up on it and become literate in it and you hadn't. Put down the camera, get on your web browser and learn a little, then let your questions fly. We'll wait, we're not going anywhere. Take your time. It's not a problem, really...
Good point and you're right I'll just start looking for wide and close AM's instead.
Start somewhere, wherever you like. But I'll tell you something you're going to find about us if you stick here long enough. When we see new members making an effort to learn, we'll break our backs to help them out. Count on it. Good luck.
In all probability you won't be able to recognise one of those either. What is your aversion to researching and learning about your coins. Seems to me that you are only interested in a miracle payday and have no interest in numismatics in general. The members on here that show they have at least tried to identify what they have, showing reference links etc. to where they have looked have my respect. The other side of the coin (deliberate) are those who repeatedly ask "what's it worth"?
Good point I'm getting a little better and more interested in this hobby. I prefer the slot machines and that's why I'm here instead
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