Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Rachel Perez, Sep 15, 2019.
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The ring on your coin is cause by a worn die. It is not a Lamination error due to it being a copper plated zinc coin. Here is a listing of DDO's for 1986. http://www.varietyvista.com/01b LC Doubled Dies Vol 2/DDO 1986.htm
Thank you I'm always learning something new!
Do what I think you are saying is.. Unless it is posted in the book it isn't a good doubling!?
That is what he is saying. The only exception would be a "discovery" piece, which is hardly ever going to happen, even for the most dedicated coin roll hunters.
Welcome to CT, Rachel.
But one can hope! After all all discoveries were new once! JS
But don't quit your day job.
No worries there lol! I just inherited some silver coins, Morgan and peace dollars plus some Ike dollars. The earliest Morgan is 1896. Also I now own quite a few silver halves including 3 Benjamins and a walking liberty. I have no idea what they are worth. Any help with these would be appreciated.
If you think you might be interested in getting into collecting coins, a copy of what we call "the Redbook." Check at a local coin store, or Google coin guidebooks, or check at your local library. You don't need a current copy, as the prices, even in the current edition aren't reliable. An edition from a previous year is cheap, but contains a wealth of information.
Thanks Steve! Happy hunting! ☺️
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