Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Chmcc77777, Sep 19, 2019.
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What with metal flow, etc. you're seeing things that are
are normal on coins struck with 65 tons of pressure, or more.
Overdates, RPM's, most doubled dies etc. can be seen without
that close up.
If you could just see it in person the snowman 8 is there the shadows are messing me up with my photos and the top of the large date 2 appears to be a shadow in the photograph but its a separate 2 altogether but thanx
If you can find a min to take a regular shot of both a small date and a large date and superimpose them it turns out exactly like the 2 took a hit because the small date 2 is narrower
No. Your coin is just a normally circulated 82. Period. End of story.
That only 10× sir
Ok thanx for your opinion
Not opinion. Fact.
And how "well" we "c"?
Are you going to send it to a TPG or variety expert for attribution?
PS - One of the foremost variety experts in the business has already answered you in your thread (it wasn't me).
Thank you for not being a rude ads. Like the furry frog lol . I plan on it thank you for your feedback
Frogs. What to do what to do.
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