Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Silverpop, Dec 15, 2020.
I'll ask somewhere else, sorry I don't jump through hoops to get answers
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Dude.. What the heck is your problem?
I was truly trying to help you!
What's wrong with showing both sides of your coin?
There are things we look for to better determine the best answer for you..
Bad attitude my friend!
If somebody goes to a doctor because of a pain they are feeling in the gut area the doctor needs to ask questions and examine the patient.. Right?
He doesn't just tell you that very second what the problem is.
Same for questions on many coin issues. The coin has to be examined.
Sheesh. I'm afraid to get involved in any of these coin question threads.. Sometimes we are treated as if we are bullies.. We're just trying to help!
I missed the question? What year peace dollar?
He posted a picture of one small area of the coin in question. He asked if it was possibly a clash.
He deleted it and changed the title of the thread and his first post.
The OP is from my home town!
I hear ya, posting a magnified minute area of a coin is literally impossible without seeing the rest of the coin. It is too bad that some do not see that if we answer we are more or less guessing.
Perhaps he is related to @Insider
Perhaps he is. I've spent several decades looking at parts of a coin one centimeter or less in diameter.
And he did so just 5 minutes after initially posting it, and just 3 minutes after the first response asking for pictures of both sides of the coin. Talk about impatient.
"Doc, it hurts when I pee."
"OK, drop your trousers and let's have a look."
"Never mind, I didn't come here to be examined!"
why do you want to see the entire car?
Isn't the above good enough?
fine .. okay, it has a bit more scratches that I didn't show in the first picture.
seeing an entire coin may help one understand how other areas may be affected. Yes, front and back is really needed to see. One side could have gotten a hit, which could affect the other side. It's like hitting a piece of flat metal, the ding will be inset on one side, and outset on the other. So much information when the full both sides are shown.
THIS is why I love this site so much! Raw facts and a lil humor! Thanks folks for the grin.
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