Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Taylor Springer, Aug 3, 2020.
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I think you forgot to post the pictures
No, the copper plating has "pulled-away" from the zinc core during striking. This is fairly common but you have a nice specimen of that characteristic.
No. Go on to the internet and search for Wexler, CONECA, Error Ref.com., and doubled die coins. There will be lots of information. Authentic doubled die coins are very scarce. However, coins that look like doubled dies are very common. I've probably have a dozen in my spare change jar if I bothered to look.
2. Plating issue
3. See nothing
Probable plating issue. Photo is not properly oriented for me to get a perspective.
More than likely, it is just imperfections in the glass that makes them look odd.
Not double.. Doubled Die
Quote - "Note that the proper terminology for this occurrence includes the letter 'd' at the end of the first word, hence "doubled die". The term "double die" without the first word ending in 'd' is not proper numismatic terminology." Closed quote
Post Mint Damage.
I did. Probably a hit. Nice image.
Take a toothpick and see if the mark moves.
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