Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Mkm5, Jan 13, 2021 at 9:31 PM.
Garbage disposal, tin snips?
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For a long time, I had half a silver Roosevelt; the other half was sacrificed to a test tube of nitric acid, because I wanted some silver nitrate.
You're correct, Garbage disposal just chews things up. Anyone with kids and a garbage disposal in their home eventually experiences what a spoon looks like after it's been chewed up a little in a garbage disposal
Well, I don't think I posted this with hopes of becoming a millionaire.
Just an unusual damaged coin I found many years ago as a kid and put it away because it's a silver dime.
I guess I thought it would be interesting to get other's thoughts on how it was damaged.
When & where did someone call you a fool in this thread?
Whoa there, horsey. Read that post a little more carefully. It clearly asks "which kind of damage", not "is this damage".
I share your frustration with those types of posts, but this ain't one of them.
Well, but why keep something if it’s just cut up?
Look, I just got up for a minute. I got to get back into the barn. But we got that other guy, and he doesn’t know when to quit, in spite of hint after hint. What is this, an epidemic?
I got this heap. What caused this? Is it a factory error? You mean you can’t tell?
PMD or post manufacturing damage.
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