Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by projectcom, Jul 11, 2020.
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An altered Obverse. Not a mint error of any kind.
Mr. Ed -
Specializing in collection Mint Errors since 1986
Thanks so much, I figured it was because of the weight but didn't want to put in the discard pule until I had someone experienced take a look, appreciate the quick feedback, have a great weekend!
@projectcom. Due to the fact that the reverse is in pretty good condition, I would say the obverse was purposely damaged by some means, after it left the mint, or as we call it PMD, post mint damage. A capped die errors would show some device details. Check out this site: https://en.mimi.hu/numismatic/cappe... in,be caused by improper storage of the coin.
Awesome, thank you so much for the link and info! Have a great weekend.
You got to get a bigger bed by now. Your tops
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Sucs that your cent is so beat up. How much wider is it compared to a normal 99
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