Lines with dots all across back

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Trisia, Dec 2, 2019.

  1. Trisia

    Trisia Member

    20191202_153636.jpg hard to get picture hope you can see the dot lines
     
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  4. paddyman98

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    Morse code?
     
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  5. Trisia

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    Lol maybe now all i have to due is figure out the message
     
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  6. paddyman98

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    I kind of see something but we will need more information. Are the dots tiny holes? Are they surface level. Could be adhesive residue from some tape that was placed on it then peeled off.
     
  7. Trisia

    Trisia Member

    They are holes and it very faint under America looks almost like a small piece of wing like one feather.
     
  8. TinkerTanker44432

    TinkerTanker44432 New Member

    wear and tear? Looks like it was dragged across something at one point.
     
  9. Trisia

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    Ok here a picrure in bright light you see the dots one right in the n of United hope this helps see them.
    20191202_163640.jpg
     
  10. Trisia

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    Oddl or not found top one today.the same date dont know what on top one the black
     
  11. Inspector43

    Inspector43 70 Year Collector

    It would be nice to see the obverse.
     
  12. Trisia

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  13. VistaCruiser69

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  14. Inspector43

    Inspector43 70 Year Collector

    The reverse wasn't sandblasted.
     
  15. Trisia

    Trisia Member

    Why say sand blasted
     
  16. tommyc03

    tommyc03 Senior Member

    Some type of tool that might mimic a meat tenderizer? But I really have no clue. Defective planchet? Pitted die?
     
  17. Trisia

    Trisia Member

    Ok thank you all for your responses
     
  18. Inspector43

    Inspector43 70 Year Collector

    Perhaps a strike through of some kind on the reverse, a thin fabric. The reverse is dull and shallow while the obverse has more complete depth even though very rough.
     
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  19. Trisia

    Trisia Member

    That sounds very possible .Just so diffrent had to share.
     
  20. Trisia

    Trisia Member

    I found someone sell a 1966 with what they say is a wire going in it so maybe this was struck close to that one when made
     
  21. VistaCruiser69

    VistaCruiser69 Active Member

    Looks just like the surface of metals that I used to sand blast during one of my first jobs as a kid. I used to sand blast big rig under carriages before they could go on to the painter for repainting. Looks real clean and pitted. Try it some time. Sand blast a coin and see how it looks. The larger the blasting medium the larger the pitting. Using fine medium the pitting is also fine.
     
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