Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by ClickClick, Jul 17, 2019.
Thanks in advance
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@paddyman98 has a few in his collection. If he sees this thread he'll probably post a photo.
Here's an old CT thread on missing clad layers: https://www.cointalk.com/threads/coins-missing-clad-layer-s.254745/
Gold is one of the first color progressions of toning.
Sure.. Missing Clad layer usually involves just one side of a Clad Coin. You have Environmental toning.
Here are examples from my collection -
What are progression of colors? Meow has found bluish coins before. In fact, Meow found a AU/BU bicentennial today CRH that was blue in tone.
As others noted, that's precisely what it is. I have a 78 mint set quarter that has toned just like yours. I think it's a common progression for clads of that era.
Anyways, thanks again for the help!
Meow has not ever seen a red toned coin before. Purple, Magenta yes, but not red.
Some go solid colors and some will tone like a target. And that is when the perimeter tones and then it continues toward the center in rainbow colors.
Late 60's and into the early 70's are well known to target tone.
This is where you are going to find the reds. A solid red coin is very unlikely.
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