Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Darjomar, Jul 22, 2021 at 1:44 AM.
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Definition: Coin metal strip is sometimes rolled too thick. The resulting blanks, and the coins derived from them, are thicker and heavier than normal.
The first is slightly out of tolerance and the second is way out of tolera3 and can be considered a more desirable error.
Has nothing to do with coincidence. The issue can occur on any year and mint.
Strip the blanks were punched from was rolled VERY slightly too thick.
An accurate caliper may help. Just a thought.
Welcome to CT BTW.
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