last batch from same vendor 2-kennedy mild error & 55-s bie cent, and sintering (s)

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  1. john65999

    john65999 Well-Known Member

    improperly annealed Kennedy half dollar dated 1983-p
    speared wing Kennedy half dollar variety
    2021 Washington/Delaware crossing, improperly annealed reverse obverse

    cALLING THEM SINTERED, BECAUSE A VAST MAGORITY CALL EM THAT, DO NOT GET MAD AT ME, PLEASE, LOL

    1955-s in final full stage of bie, high grade unc, with weak strike on reverse
    then a 1917-d indian head, or buffalo nickel with a lamination on obverse, and go to reverse, partially rotated die, me thinks, (mirror and me ugly mug to prove it, arrghhh

    in 4 parts to show all pics
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    2 , more pics 272662767_1506110016423967_599728214404236046_n.jpg 272267619_975016446442266_1047769280413177451_n.jpg 272287236_688349008857125_5728023505668352498_n.jpg 249018091_1310484576029845_3906156143041114539_n.jpg 272266246_1137824350291143_8292698425504144991_n.jpg 272509007_516899869703148_669284387102790097_n.jpg 272388643_976689862946311_8156526731368493034_n.jpg 272624164_1615793895421317_232507423789305936_n.jpg 272471259_612780626484017_3652259881760526525_n.jpg 272164035_468028931444220_2468749270422813619_n.jpg
     
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    3 more pics 272164035_468028931444220_2468749270422813619_n.jpg 272212029_236706101954901_6094690991829745755_n.jpg 272230941_459889225771605_8974061338185951009_n.jpg
     
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  6. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    I've seen quite a few 21P's that look like your "sintered" quarter. I've been tossing them back.
     
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  7. john65999

    john65999 Well-Known Member

    only paid 5.50, and 2.00 for postage on it, so whatever, it is or it isnt, looks like it, and people are finding u, always want more, pm me if ya find more, please
     
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  8. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    Sure thing. I think I kept one because it was interesting. Wasn't thinking it was anything worth keeping the bunch of them though :p
    Those 55s are purdy.
     
  9. Oldhoopster

    Oldhoopster Member of the ANA since 1982

    "Sintered" doesn't accurately describe this type of error and the usage has fallen out of favor. The preferred term is improper annealing. See the error-ref link

    https://www.error-ref.com/?s=Improper+annealing

    I'm not sure if your coins are improperly annealed. The best way to verify us to look at the edge. Per Fred Weinberg (A couple threads are in the archives), the reeding should be bright like a normal coin. If the edge and copper core are dull or the same color as the struck surface, then its not an error.

    The reason is that improper annealing affects the surface metal and doesn't go very deep below. As the coin is ejected from the Reeded collar, the small amounts of the edge surface are scrapped away leaving in reacted metal

    I believe the OP still has me blocked, which means he won't see this info, but hopefully it will be useful to other members.
     
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  10. Paddy54

    Paddy54 Hey brother can you spare a half dime?

    The op needs not block any member who's tryiny to educate them on the correct information on this subject matter. After reading several of the op 's threads it seems they missed the reading is fundamental. Before one begins to throw down money on errors it helps if one understood the hows and whys the error occurred.
    Please understand that this isn't being posted to put you down...but to educate you !
    You throw away good money on errors that are so insignificant....a dateless clip is a $10 coin unless its registery quality. ....meaning 66 and up .
    A friendly piece of advice....your lack of experience in this part of Numismatics is not up to par with the purchases you make....you are spending tons of money on errors that are not worth the price points you post or paid.
    Reading ,research in coin collecting fundamental , it not something you aquire the knowledge in one day.....and late night surfing ebay.
    Lastly there are so many members whom like myself have a passion for this hobby. 99.99% of those members want to educate you,help you to understand and appreciate the hobby more.
    You're not going to appreciate the fact that the $5000 you spent on errors that aren't worth t
    But a small fraction of that 5k. When you try and sell them...
     
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  11. john65999

    john65999 Well-Known Member

    i see fred weinberg and others like heritage and great collections getting 25.00 to 200.00 for sintered planchets, so i paid 5,50, i got ripped off>>?? do not understand, the price points for errors are not what they were 45 years ago, i do not buy any dateless o/c, and have not posted any, so what, pray tell are you talking about??
     
  12. john65999

    john65999 Well-Known Member

    many, and i mean many of the raw coins i have paid from 2.00 to 150.00, if slabbed, would be 4 to 20 times what i have paid, when i am in doubt i ask here, i have such a question out now for a triple clipped, o/c quarter, there are 40 bidders, so i guess i am not the only mis-informed coin collector out there..and yet, noanswers from the so-called experts, post has been up 7 hours already, i quit bidding at 92.00, might wait till the end and go 200.00 just for the heck of it, multi errors are usually a bit high..and the o/c ike i got for 45.00, well same grade slabbed for 400.00 on heritage the other day, i hhave over 12,000 errors, only 200 or so are slabbed, and i started collecting only 2 years ago, (took 30 years off from it, and never collected errors before, just morgans and silver bars)..i have read over 45 books on errors and read online daily when i see interesting articles, but for people to say my coins are fake (when i buy from Fred Weinberg and others in the business for many many years, like Sullivan and great collections, is ridiculous. .anyways...
     
  13. john65999

    john65999 Well-Known Member

    so a 90% or 80% dateless clip is only 10.00?? i see them at several top sellers sites for 400-1200.00
     
  14. Paddy54

    Paddy54 Hey brother can you spare a half dime?

    Yes you see them....have you ever seen how many sold at that price point? I just sold to a well known member here last week all ms 64+ Jeffersons 8 errors and threw in another for coin for free..under $150. I am again not trying to give you a hard time... go look over in the for sale threads...my post for sale last week. They sold because of price and quality.....not hype and an over inflated price.

    https://www.cointalk.com/threads/19...-matte-1939-ddo-001-jefferson-nickels.392396/
     
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  15. Rick Stachowski

    Rick Stachowski Motor City Car Capital

    Here's one I own dark color .
    Remind me of the 59 Black Beauty .
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  16. john65999

    john65999 Well-Known Member

    at heritage, quite a few in the 200 and up prices realized, for off metal, off center, out of collar, clamshell, you name it, if it is slabbed, almost anything they list goes sky high, even coins i myself have paid from 2.00 to 30.00, i see going for ridiculous hammer and another 50-120.00 fees for final, i am not on here to argue with anyone, i think collecting holed coins is stupid, do i say it, no, i say nice coins and move on, i am not a nitpicker, no matter what i say or do, i can say i got a 00-s vdb 30% o/c and clip, certified, and i paid 500, someone will still say i am an idiot, because they can get em for 5,00, so i give up, my coins suck, everyone else's are better, i should just go away and die, ok, i will stop posting, i did not know i was making that many people upset with showing my coins, you guys are alla bunch of nitpickers that only find any honor and fun in belittling other's collections, i am done, no more posts, ok, you win, good bye, see ya!!! i was enjoying myself, but now i cannot on here, too many trolls, and know it alls, bye bye
     
  17. Rick Stachowski

    Rick Stachowski Motor City Car Capital

    Relax that's why I grow a garden keeps me mallow . We're all humans living in a pandemic . This is a community here everyone looks out for everyone .

    Just saying ....
     
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  18. Rick Stachowski

    Rick Stachowski Motor City Car Capital

    Also keep in mind , we all have degrees in ignorance .
     
  19. Rick Stachowski

    Rick Stachowski Motor City Car Capital

    Carry on ....
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  20. Paddy54

    Paddy54 Hey brother can you spare a half dime?

    Green Acres is the place to be.... fram living is the life for me.....
     
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  21. furryfrog02

    furryfrog02 Well-Known Member

    Collect what you like. Who cares what everyone else thinks? Are you gonna get rich? No probably not. Will you make your money back if you decide to sell? Hopefully.
    Does it really matter as long as you are having fun and enjoying the hobby? Nope.

    Like Rick said, we are all living through stressful times. Take a break and relax. Enjoy the hobby.
     
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