Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by SensibleSal66, Dec 3, 2020.
@Seated J , great piece; have you CLOSELY examined it for possible clash marks?
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It is a very small coin, but I think you can see those clash marks from across the room.
And here is the Proof.
The other kind of three cents, clashed real good.
This one was 3 distinct sets of clashes from different die rotations.
This one s my favorite. 180° die rotation, 2 clashes in that orientation, and a massive rim cud on the obverse.
I have an 1865 MS 66 that was clashed so hard you can read the date on the reverse. Can it be read on yours?
This is one I bought a few years ago, a bit of an oddity because it is a very low mintage 18k from the last year of it's minting. Most of the 1889 dated coins seemed to have been saved quickly and are found in uncirculated grades or the proofs of course.
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