Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by john65999, May 30, 2020.
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true, as the planchets are made first...they are not "clipped" after..true? see am learning//
The reason is that the sheet of metal that is going through the blank puncher jammed for a moment. So the sheet didn't advance properly. The next blanks were cut too close to the previous area the blank before came from. That's why they are incomplete.. They were never clipped at any time.
The area directly across a incomplete planchet has a weird weakend strike appearance. That is considered and called The Blakesley Effect.
True, and I don't see it on the coins shown except for maybe the 1990 nickel.
I'm not convinced that they are error coins.
that show to the west of Roosevelt's profile and over surface of the
reverse of the 1967 dime ? Does this happen "during" the strike...
Ready to learn...
on reverse is just some surface dirt, from circulation, front is just glare from lamp taking picture
i do not think that all "clips" have the blakesly effect, i have even seen some in slabs that did not/? correct me if i am wrong, paddy??
to the east of UNUM....is there s relationship between quality of the
planchet material and how it responds under the pressure of the
strike...am I heading in the wrong direction?
so..what you are proposing is that any error collector's should only buy "slabbed" coins, and pay 45.00 to 120.00 for clips,and broadstrikes for 120.00-200.00 because that is what slabbed errors are going for, i am quite sure that dealears with 15k + feedback are seling legite coins raw, and at better prices, just my opinion
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