Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by mika2019, Jul 26, 2019.
Can the weigt vary so much?
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Yes i agree that the coin looks good. But i am worried about the weight of the coin.
Here better pictures.... Usually the coin as AU weights 3.11 and now i have used and worn coin that weights about 3.17 grams ?
Let's ask others.
I dont know how it works in USA but here it is so that if a coin weigts 3.11 as AU it cant weight more as circulated or AU.
Am i right or am i right
Lools fine to me.. Circulated.
Coin looks genuine to me as well. Welcome to CoinTalk.
How much do you think has worn of from the weight when you look at the coin. The
other side is quite worn.
I wonder what was this coins original weight ? Now 3.17 + 0,30 ? = 3,47 is that still
in tolerance ?
Yes.. Within tolerance.
Original weight is 3.11 grams.
Are you using a gram scale?
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Making the range 2.98-3.24. I don't know if the Indian heads had a different
tolerance number but your coin falls into the .13 one.
If it's slightly heavy (but still within tolerance) it could be a slightly thicker rolled planchet. Not a big deal.
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