Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by DReese, May 21, 2019.
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...of all five of them.
Hope this helps... with all 5 of them.
1) One set I have 2 Lowell quarter and missing the Mariana Island quarter.
2) The other set I have an extra Lincoln Penny on the top of the San Antonio Quarter inside the sealed case (reverse side showing). I assume that the penny is from the Philadelphia.
I have pictures but don't know how to post them.
what this might be from.
Different, that's for sure - the size of the
'bump' seems to be a bit different in them -
The edges of the cents look like they might
have been Type 1 blanks - possibly.
Any other thoughts? I'd say PMD from a
counting or rolling machine, but I don't
recall every seeing this pattern, and even
though the size is slightly different on a few
of them, PMD shouldn't put the 'bumps'
in the same spot on all 5..... ?
I agree with the above post that they 'look' like they've
been banged against a counter, but they are in the
same place (minor diff. in sizes) so that's not it either.
Could be a collar issue, but I've never seen anything
close to this as a collar error.
Imho, it reminds me of the waffle rim that happens on edge lettering. It happens a lot on the Canadian toonies.
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