Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Taylor Springer, Jul 29, 2020.
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The 1983 D has Plating bubbles and linear plating blisters. Minor issue.
The 1993 looks like harsh chemicals affected the copper plating. It erroded the plating away. Sort of what occured with your nail polish.
As an error coin it only has an appeal to a small % of collectors, those that like
F.I.D.O. (freaks, irregular, die breaks & oddities) Coins.
Its value is minimal at best.
I also suspect it to be Post mint damage.
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