Discussion in 'Coin Roll Hunting' started by DAVID J SAUNDERS, May 11, 2020.
One coin: hole but note Lincoln's face
One coin: side dent. Could it have come from mint like that?
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The side dent isn't a mint error though.
Welcome to Coin Talk. There's no premium for a cent with a hole in it. The dent in the 1974 cent was done outside the US Mint. If it were a clipped coin, the rim would be missing. The blank cent has some value. Here's one selling for $8.99 on eCrater.
If you're interested, here's a video of how blanks are made:https://coins.thefuntimesguide.com/blank-planchet-error-coins/
1976 - All Damaged
Blank - Good Find!
Thanks. By the way, how do you collect Philippine coins? I have several Filipino friends in Philippines, and I try to tell them to collect. Any good suggestions as to coins to start them off easy? I said the 2005/6/7 6 peso.
Thanks. I liked it. I'm thinking mine is a blank, and not a blank planchet because there doesn't seem to be much of a rim. But maybe that's a blank planchet.
Mom is philippino, so I get a few coins from her when she goes to the homeland every year for a month, then I buy huge lots of world coins, separate them, keep what I want then sell/trade the rest. Basically it
Sounds great. I've been to the Philippines 3x, with close friends there, and I tell them about me collecting coins. I ask while i'm there if they have old filipino coins but so far, no one ever pulls out any coins older than 20 years old.
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