Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Ball075090, Oct 10, 2018.
Need help with this quarter please
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It's nearly impossible (for me anyway) to see any detail on the coin, but what I can see suggests it being nothing more than damage.
I agree with Books. Hard to tell from the photos but what shows looks like Damage.
It looks like it has a shadow ,double image outline,but thanx
Thanks ,but what kind of damage makes a double image
Considering the many tens of billions of coins minted (in this country alone) and each has a near infinite number of ways it can be damaged, it would probably be best to try to post better photos. I understand this can be tough for those not familiar with imaging them, but the more you can provide the better the help we can hopefully offer.
Welcome to the forum.
Still difficult to tell but acid is one method of damage. A double outline can be gained by applying the right acid to a specific area with a q-tip. The polished effect can be done with a dreamer tool and a buffer.
There are a million plus ways a coin can be damaged. Yours didn't leave the Mint looking like that.
Thanx ,but took it to a collector and legit,i sold it for 5400
Have a good time. Thought you said in last thread, it was a coin shop.
Same thing, it's in merrillville
How often have we said that most coin dealers don't know anything about errors? This one proved it.
Congratulations, I'll look for it on e-bay.
Fake news.. OP is a troll
But we can still be polite about it.
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