Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Jamiebby, Apr 5, 2017.
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I would say it's damage of some kind, no way it was struck on the coin; I "guess" maybe that is the lapel. The OP should have circled it on the original post.
This remains a "guess," and I am tired of this thread; on to greater things!
I see it. It looks like urium maybe look close about 4 o'clock it runs down towards the rim
Yes that's it
I see it as well, and South of it looks like the bottom of an O or U and below that looks like the bottom of a G. Maybe the letter that looks like an L, is a D???
Would you mind trying to get a clearer picture of the image, please? And clear pics of front and back?
My friendly advice would be, if the person who you took the coin into can't pin-point the error, I wouldn't so much rely on their quote of a "worth more than any other error" it just leads to heartache.
There is nothing hidden, not even a dropped letter, a clash of any kind or incused image of a hit from another coin..
It's nothing, not a discovery coin and not a mint error.
Well Try a bigger loupe cause its there
What do you see in the following photo?
No. Don't tell me what to do!
And how can I use a loop when It's not my Cent and I don't have it in hand. Did you use a loop? Did you see it in hand?
This thread is a waste of time. It's a circulated Cent. Worth 1 Cent!
An Internet troll.
Holding a Post Mint Damaged coin in one hand and a Post Strike Damaged coin in the other!
WOW! waaa waaaa
Instead of insulting members who've contributed infinitely more to this forum than you have, sir, perhaps you could be so kind as to reasonably and logically explain how such an "error" could exist?
From the evidence presented thus far, we're most certainly looking at either a case of pareidolia or damage, or perhaps a mix of the two.
How can you expect him to explain how it could exist when he doesn't even know anything about the minting process.........and that goes for the others who said, "Yes, I see it! Yes, I see it!" They're all looney tunes!
Ever seen a face in the clouds or Jesus (or Muhammad - take your pick) on the morning toast?
Here is a new one for you! Look it up in a dictionary!
Separate names with a comma.