Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Cosimo zingy, Feb 1, 2023.
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Sometimes, during manufacture, the clad layers obscure or cover up the edge. It happens often enough to not be a valuable characteristic…imo…Spark
Try the tissue test
A dull blanking die can pull the clad layer completely across the edge of a blank and cover up the copper that usually shows.
Yes he did
I would try the tissue test. It also could be plated, but the tones even look silver.
I thought I saw the same, but the same tones are on the coin, could be the lighting.
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