Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Pickin and Grinin, Sep 27, 2022.
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I like all the die polishing.
In the same order.
Thanks for sharing
And just so you know, "Die Polishing" removes lines/scratches from the face of a coin die. Die cleaning increases the amount of scratches on the surface of a coin die, which in turn are transferred to the surface of the coins they strike.
Are you a P or D mint?
P for my last name Padilla
I didn't notice any spike heads I will have to check them again.
There are 3 or 4 that show a bit of clashing in hand.
These are from a $50 mint bag.
I just picked some random coins that I have pulled so far.
@Paddy54 That first coin has so many die polishing lines. I can see now how you might have thought that.
That is the memorial clash. I will take some better photos. I have been on the hunt for an un abraded example in the bag. I haven't found it yet.
2 is the top cornice area of the Memorial
If you look closely there are some of the pillars still evident above RTY.
Also there is evidence if the Memorial in front of ABE. I just can't capture it.
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