Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Coinlover67, Jun 18, 2016.
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EDITED: for @TJ1952 There is a common CWT (Bros. Brother's Bakers Fuld-NY630M-(?) with clashed die, shattered die, rotated die, cuds + I've seen one also clipped. That makes five errors.
Since no photo posted, you can Believe it or Not.
We need pictures or it didn't happen.
The 2015-P Nebraska Homestead quarter is 2015-P 25¢ NE WDDR-075B which is a new stage listing for my files. This is a case where the massive die breaks add more value to the coin than the doubled die
I trust you.
Don't trust anything/anyone but verify.
Google is our friend.
If it's the one I'm thinking of, it's really quite interesting and worth the effort to check out.
Truer words have not been spoken, particularly on this forum..... EVER.
looks like you win usmc60 unless someone can show more then 9 on 1 coin
I disagree. IMO a characteristic should count as one error. Otherwise, a coin with multiple die breaks (very common) as the one posted is very nice but not very interesting. Color me .
However, since there are no rules in the OP's post @usmc60 is the record holder SO FAR.
Massive could mean very large (in this case) or even possibly very many.
Besides you @Insider, "In God We Trust" all others I monitor.
Please keep that to yourself as you'll blow my cover!
I'm sorry you became confused by my post. It's not nice to disparage Insider. He loves your coin and has no problem with anyone collecting anything they like!
Heck the VAM collectors assign a new number for a coin with a die break or different die polish!
I have an 1878-P Morgan that must have over ten noticeable errors on her. In fact, I am not sure exactly how to submit to PCGS for grading! It's a VAM but exactly what VAM it is!
I'm not sure if you are aiming this question to coins other than modern coins, but I think it is a good, and interesting question nonetheless! Keep your foot to the metal! Thanks,
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