Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by SensibleSal66, Dec 1, 2020.
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broadstrike. Calling @paddyman98 ...
The difference between a broadstruck coin and an off-center coin is how much of the original design remains after striking. If all of the design, including the rim and denticles, remain on the coin, then it is considered broadstruck. If some of the elements are missing, then the coin is referred to as an off-center strike.
Maybe it is not actually me.. Could be my assistant pretending it is paddyman
Or.. It's larger in width due to it being struck without the retaining collar as in the case of your Cent.
Uncentered Broadstrike .
Do your homework before creating a thread.
I also was going to mention the info that Rick provided. We need to be careful not to confuse others..
Now for my coffee.
Here's one I just purchased .
He(paddyman98) is our resident expert on errors coins. So some respect dude.
I think @SensibleSal66 is just trying to get his post count back above 50/day.
At this rate, he'll crack the top 20 list for most posts sometime around his 1 year membership anniversary
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