Discussion in 'World Coins' started by 7Jags, Jul 13, 2019.
OK, what is the deal here???
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I don't know...what are you talking about? Seems to be a normal 10 Rupees from Seychelles to me?
I'm guessing he might have been surprised by the grade?
It's not a coin...but I picked up this 10 Rupee note when I was in Seychelles
Wow, you are not called "Lord" for no reason! It is a certified coin struck with two reverse dies...NGC MS66.
I could tell they were not the same picture. Pretty amazing error!
Is it attributable to one particular year, or is that a multi-year type?
(Too lazy to look it up)
Ah ok now I get it. I just thought it was two pictures of the reverse.
Only year for type is 1974.
Really good detail for a copper nickel coin also.
Well, that helps, with it being a one-year type and all.
My initial thought was, "ah, OK, a magician's coin", but then I saw the NGC prongs and remembered that couldn't be the case, as there's no way NGC would encapsulate a magicians coin.
I wish I remember where it came from, I think either Spink or Baldwin's for not a lot about 10 years ago.
The firework on the turtle is really very good, almost enough for me to give it a specimen status.
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