Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Randy Abercrombie, Aug 1, 2020.
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- small tooth like raised areas around the edge of a coin. Particularly on older coins. Often found all around the front (obverse) and back (reverse) of the coin, right next to the edge.
They are, always have been. Ya see, when ya get right down to it, a denticle is nothing more than a small dentil.
Something something "everything's bigger in Texas"...
@GDJMSP and others have the intent of usage right, they get the message across, either one...Spark
Yes, by all means, let's make "denticles vs. dentils" a political banner. Because heaven knows we don't have enough of those.
Politically correct? I just didn’t want to sound like a dummy when I commented on them.
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