Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by jurkovms, Oct 27, 2021.
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No don't send it back,1 million on etsy!!!!.
New definition for mint error, I suppose.
Since, like @-jeffB said, the packages are easy to open and close, your coins wouldn't be worth trying to sell for a premium.
If not, send it back for a replacement.
The question is, which one is the wrong one!!! lol
Easy, the one to the left is wrong.
First, welcome to the neighborhood!
I realize that you're new here, and you want to feel like you're contributing to some of the conversations, but you're going about it the wrong way. The 2021 American Innovation Set is nothing like the Cheerios $1. The Cheerios $1 was different in its design and was limited to just a few thousand struck. This set is only a processing error which is not an unusual occurrence.
This is what he told me on his other thread.. Your a jerk... I'm leaving this place
Yeah, I saw that, but whenever I check a new member's posts, I always start with the oldest, first.
Not really, but the Mint doesn't always do the packaging either. In any case it isn't considered a mint error and it is too easy to fake by simply opening the case switching coins and snapping it closed again. There was a real rash of that back in 1999 with the state quarter sets once people discovered they weren't sealed. Take five regular proof set that were worth about $20 each, open them and play musical quarters, and have five "error" sets with two of the same state quarters in them that they could sell on eBay for $200+ apiece.
Then when the 2000 sets came out, take out the 2000 coins and put 1999 sets plus the 1999 P Sac dollar proof in them and create "10 coin 1999 VIP Proof sets" that they sold for $1,000 each. It was a great time to be a crook on ebay.
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