Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Not1redcent, Dec 7, 2022.
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Just a damaged coin,still 25 cents.
All post mint damage.
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I've got a grinding wheel that can duplicate that.
You mean like on Dime Stock?
Those are errors you would find back in the 1970's
Keep looking, all types of wonderments are out there.
I had not thought of that.
I find the tapered, clad covered edges of the OP's coin quite interesting. I know that didn't happen in a parking lot.
Sorry , I was multitasking almost sold a cord of Wood for 525. Bit high. The quarter is 5.4 g.
It was posted
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more like a dryer/tumbler with some form of grit in it. Look at the long scratches, nicks, and pinholes on it.
the obverse too
of course, most of the long scraps seem to be uni-directional.
and is the rim edge worn off on the obverse ?
someone really destroyed that quarter
Here’s a tragic example I picked up just this week during an evening walk around town. Found it tails up.
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