Peace Dollar PMD or Vam?

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Rheingold, Jun 18, 2021.

  1. Rheingold

    Rheingold Well-Known Member

    Hi Folks,

    I‘m Not really sure what kind of error we see here. Any ideas?
    It‘ s an unusual pattern imo…..

    Thanks. 0B59170E-4427-4CC2-9714-40072A9A3EC2.jpeg
     
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  3. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    Looks like a gouge.. Maybe PMD
     
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  4. Robert Ransom

    Robert Ransom Well-Known Member

    I agree with Ed.
     
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  5. Treashunt

    Treashunt The Other Frank

    need clearer & closer picture
     
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  6. Rheingold

    Rheingold Well-Known Member

    Seller pic, sorry.
    We have to work with this one.
    Price is 28 Bucks.
     
  7. alurid

    alurid Well-Known Member

    Lamination error comes to mind.
     
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  8. Robert Ransom

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  9. Treashunt

    Treashunt The Other Frank


    The lamination was why I asked for better pix.

    I agree with myself
     
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  10. Rheingold

    Rheingold Well-Known Member

    So, this is a buy?
     
  11. Rheingold

    Rheingold Well-Known Member

    Could this be a planchet flaw as well?
    As far as I know a coin with lamination error cannot be encapsulated from a TPG. A coin with a planchet flaw otherwise can.
     
  12. Dave Waterstraat

    Dave Waterstraat dave700x -1883 O nut

    It could be a struck through error.
     
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  13. expat

    expat Remember you are unique, just like everyone else Supporter

    Just a thought, it looks like the lamination originally went to under Liberty's chin, there is a color change there, then it lifted about halfway and bent over to the right.
    OK, no more Kool Aid for me
     
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  14. Mountain Man

    Mountain Man Supporter! Supporter

    Need better photos with different lighting to really tell what is going on.
     
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  15. Collecting Nut

    Collecting Nut Borderline Hoarder

    Looks like a small lamination on her right cheek or chin but that gouge is large and that is PMD. You can see the metal is pushed up from the bottom. You need to pass on this one.
     
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  16. Insider

    Insider Talent on loan from...

    Rheingold, posted: "Could this be a planchet flaw as well?

    Yes. A lamination is usually caused by a flaw in the planchet.

    As far as I know a coin with lamination error cannot be encapsulated from a TPG. A coin with a planchet flaw otherwise can.

    it's best to check your "AFAIK" opinions before posting. At least two TPGS slab laminations. Someone else can check on the other two. :D

    It appears to me that the long chunk on the neck has become partly detached (from the dark area to the left) and is pushed over on to the neck. It is not a strike thru.
     
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  17. Scuba4fun777

    Scuba4fun777 Well-Known Member

    That is not correct. I own both. The lam error is designated on the slab and the planchet flaw is not - however it is an ASE from the 25 Anniversary set, graded as MS70.
    I don’t have the ASE handy, but here’s the planchet flaw:
     
  18. Scuba4fun777

    Scuba4fun777 Well-Known Member

    That is not correct. I own both. The lam error is designated on the slab and the planchet flaw is not - however it is an ASE from the 25 Anniversary set, graded as MS70.
    I don’t have the ASE handy, but here’s the planchet flaw:
     
  19. Scuba4fun777

    Scuba4fun777 Well-Known Member

    Not sure why the pic didn’t pick up, nor why cointalk posted it 2x, but this should be it:
     

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  20. Jersey magic man

    Jersey magic man Supporter! Supporter

    Looks to me like it is a lamination where the lamination was moved before striking to its present position, then struck. The right side of the W is weak, an the E appears to be struck on the lamination.
     
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  21. Mr.Q

    Mr.Q Well-Known Member

    One picture does not tell the story. Looking at your pic I see heavy wear and as Ed's stated, a gouge and possible PMD. I'm leaning toward PMD, sorry. Could be wrong though, good luck
     
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