SOME NEW ERRORS, JUST PURCHASED FROM WWW.ERRORAUCTIONCOINS.COM

Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by john65999, May 30, 2020.

  1. john65999

    john65999 Active Member

    HERE ARE 5 new errors i bought from a reputable seller on ebay..just got them today's post! 100639881_1546586005518184_7645351728899948544_n.jpg 100798064_964942907274256_8677852495239708672_n.jpg 101885091_3808118592562948_3341415080897019904_n.jpg
     
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  3. john65999

    john65999 Active Member

    first was bicentennial 76-d quarter, now two roosevelt dimes, 66, 67..the 67 also is a mad die 100951101_604916090230788_140576388427022336_n.jpg 101390724_709881216257878_7792471452757786624_n.jpg
     
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  4. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    Incomplete Planchet.. They call it a clipped planchet but technically that is incorrect. Nice pick-up!
     
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  5. john65999

    john65999 Active Member

    now two jefferson nickels 1988-p 1nd 1990 p, the 88 has rr rim, or mad also 100093121_742473159914726_8190077895566163968_n.jpg 101843033_2723299761283414_2264823219678609408_n.jpg
     
  6. john65999

    john65999 Active Member

    true, as the planchets are made first...they are not "clipped" after..true? see am learning//
     
  7. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    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.

    Got it? ;)
     
  8. paddyman98

    paddyman98 Let me burst your bubble! Supporter

    The area directly across a incomplete planchet has a weird weakend strike appearance. That is considered and called The Blakesley Effect.
     
  9. Marie909

    Marie909 Active Member

    Curious, reverse quarter, cheek, jaw area, looks interesting? And over the R in DOLLAR after JLA initials
     
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  10. kanga

    kanga 65 Year Collector Supporter

    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.
     
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  11. Have a question about the surface condition of the planchets; are those stress lines, rays, flows (I don't know the appropriate term)
    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...
     
  12. mikediamond

    mikediamond Coin Collector

    "Incomplete planchet" is also a flawed term in that it's terribly non-specific. There are many ways for a planchet to be incomplete -- curved (concave) clips, elliptical (convex) clips, ragged clips, straight clips, pre-strike damage, etc. That's why I still use the term clip, with the appropriate modifier.
     
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  13. john65999

    john65999 Active Member

    on reverse is just some surface dirt, from circulation, front is just glare from lamp taking picture
     
  14. john65999

    john65999 Active Member

    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??
     
  15. Perhaps a better term for what I is see is "granular" or grainy, as before and in between the letters in DIME and above the oak leaves, also
    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?
     
  16. PassthePuck

    PassthePuck Active Member

    So, if I can snap off the corner like that and file down the edge, I can sell it as an error coin?
     
  17. john65999

    john65999 Active Member

    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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