Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by RoseWesche, Nov 29, 2020.
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Those coins that you posted are nothing but PMD ( post mint damage) Imo
If you put coins in a rock tumbler long enough you will get that effect.
Those are not Mint Errors of any kind.
- Mr. Ed
Specializing in collecting Mint Errors since 1985
I'm hope the OP found the first response to her question helpful.
Meow says Meow.
So, where are the images of the nickel and quarter?
Bad advice. Waste of money.
I hope you're kidding.
Ed, ...of course he is. I was going to say they all appear to be dryer damaged. All are worn smooth and you can see the heat damage, too...imo...Spark
Damage to "dryer coins" has NOTHING to do with the heat of the dryer (at least not a clothes dryer) The metal in the coins isn't going to soften or distort from heat until you are in the 1,500 - 2,000 degree F range. Your clothes would be toast long before that point.
...I thought coins were susceptible to the heat from dryers, didn’t know they were that durable. Thanks for the correction ...Spark
@cpm9ball. Not 100% sure but I believe #3 and 4 are the nickel and #5 and 6 are the quarter.
I was being facetious!
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