Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Razz, May 12, 2021.
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And you have a late die state coin.
To the 1965 LMC, specifically on the reverse but there is something going on in the obverse fields as well.
LDS for sure. What do they do to extend the life of a die?
Pardon my ignorance, but what is PnG?
Short hand for @Pickin and Grinin lol.
@Pickin and Grinin and the lousy polishing stated by @GH#75.
Bingo. I think it is an LDS with a badly polished die lines!
@Razz I can still see some of the clash and a little bit of the clash on the obv. But I am a little confused about what you are asking. I see only Heavy Die polishing lines.
Looking at your example and the way the lapel of lincolns jacket going into the details of the memorial. I think your is an abraded example of this clash. Atypical die clash.
Is this part raised? And if so, wouldn't that be an IDB?
Is it too time-consuming to type that out so we can all understand what you're asking or is this like some kind of quiz question?
I meant an inner die break. Did I use that acronym incorrectly? It just seems that if it's raised, then the die was missing material there.
Yeah, it's broken there. When in doubt, take the time to spell out, I always say. It don't hurt communication none.
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