Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Jason A Davis, Jan 11, 2019.
has the lincoln monument on both sides
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Not an error. Look up "magician's coin".
I can't wait to hear what Paddyman has to say about this.
Let's find out ...
Welcome to CT. Where's the 2 headed coin? Not an error, it's magical.
i had a quarter with two heads once. i used it to settle minor arguments, i always chose heads of course
what about this one any value
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Take a picture of your Cent showing the reflection of the other side in a mirror.
Also, take a picture of the edge..
I doubt it is real and agree with a 2 headed magic coin that was mechanically altered.
Near united you can see where it was cut to make the magicians coin.
the reverse one of course !!
The lighter lokking reverse. Top picture. Give me a break. Im barely awake and not yet caffeinated!
As a Templar knight of the Free and Accepted Holy Order of the 1982 Denver Small Date Copper Cent
(didn't they bury the Oak Island Money Pit treasure?) you should be ever vigilant to assist those newbies in need just like Sir Paddyman does
(Sorry, watched Monty Python and the Holy Grail last night )
There are many collectors of magician coins, the most interesting of which are not two headed or two tailed coins. You can view this as the first item of that type of collection. Congrats!
Edit: Magician Tokens is proper term, not magician coins. Essentially none are spendable as currency.
I have a large collection of magician coins of all various types.
I would take pictures of them but i can't find them, they've disappeared.
I know what you mean. I can't find the camo shirt I bought yesterday.
You can buy two headed and tailed coins all over eBay. For what they are, they do a very good job. Everyone should have a two sided coin in their pocket, just to screw with tellers.
Heads, you lose
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