Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by coincrazed2, May 15, 2020.
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Probably a Die Chip.
PS. Let's see the 1955 DDO, too!
If you want to want to have it authenticated, go with any of the Top 4 TPGs, PCGS, NGC, ANACS, or ICG. Make sure you request having the variety attributed when you fill out the forms, or they may just grade it. Variety attribution costs more, so figure paying in the neighborhood of $50-70.
You also need to realize that you're making some exceptional claims. A D/S but on a 40% planchet would be significant find. That's why you need to publish a clear, cropped picture. There have been a number of new members trolling this board with unbelievable finds, yet somehow never managing to post a good pic. Until you do, expect to see a great deal of skepticism. REmember, unsubstantiated claims don't mean jack
There are a number of error coin experts including some of the industry leaders who are members here. If you have something, they will let you know. But the is an extremely high probability that your coin is not what you think. Either way, you'll get an honest answer.
BTW, if you are just trying to troll the board, just give it up now. You'll quickly end up on ignore lists
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