Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by Brian Ochaba, Nov 25, 2020.
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I believe that would be a typo on the part of the OP.
Oh! Okay! He means "weird" finish.
@Brian Ochaba - It's best if you lay the coin on a flat surface and take the photo from directly overhead, holding the camera in both hands. Also, you should crop out all of the unnecessary background and then resize the image accordingly. (That is, if you have image processing software.)
The only problem is that this isn't a proof coin.
Could be a Misaligned Die Strike though. Need better pictures.
Nobody said it was. We don't know what he was referring to.
Then why did you cite it in your post? I'm not talking about him. I'm talking about you.
Your pics are good enough for this post. As @paddyman98 said, it's environmental damage that occurred after it left the mint. Worth face value
Use @cpm9ball photo recommendations next time. They will help
Spellcheck only corrects spelling. It can't tell you if you've used the correct word - there, their, they're - to, too, two - The only thing that works most of the time is proofreading.
Sure. I was thinking he may have thought it was a proof. And probably because as stated I had just read that passage in Red Book myself. The only thing that came to my mind with the term wired. I never thought about it being spelled wrong. He probably was referring to the finish but who knows yet. Perhaps op will let us know. Thanks for the inquiry. Whoops ! Just read the above response from op. Have a great turkey day Chris and go easy on the Grand Marnie.
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