New Zealand 1 cent 1967 Partial split planchet Flaw ???

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by BasSWarwick, Jun 15, 2018 at 1:03 AM.

  1. BasSWarwick

    BasSWarwick New Member

    Interesting error and would appreciate feedback.

    Obverse has a planchet flaw, with partial split. The coin is thicker than normal as it has the addition of a thinner section. Inside the split there appears a weak image of the obverse. The reverse is perfect on the thin laminated part of the flan
     

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  3. paddyman98

    paddyman98 ++++PLUS ULTRA++++ Supporter

    You really need to show both sides of your coin.
    Looks like damage to me.
     
  4. BasSWarwick

    BasSWarwick New Member

    paddyman48
    Reverse is perfect
    How would the separation occur? In the rim shot the thicker edge is the correct coin thickness, and the thinner part (partial split) is joined and adds extra thickness over and above the norm.
     

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