Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Kellyrae18, Jan 21, 2022.
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@Kellyrae18. Not so much super weird as super environmental damage. Notice how the clad layers seem to be splitting at the edge? Too much exposure to harsh substances. Spend it while you can. Keep searching and keep posting.
This is correct. The inner copper core eroded away at the edge.
Not a Mint Error of any kind.
It's a Cupro-Nickel clad over an inner coppper core planchet. The copper in between the two clad layers has eroded away on the edge due to harsh reaction to elements. Most likely acid. The clad was also affected. Look at it again.
For you maybe. I happen to be the world leader in pull tabs and screw off wine bottle tops when I am beach detecting.
The OPs coin is not one of these since it definitely is one solid coin.
Cool. I had one years ago when I dabbled a bit in magic. It was a neat trick. The rubber bands all eventually broke but they could be ordered. I don't know what happened to my magic quarter
You mistakenly labeled it an error and it’s filed with all the real errors you do have. Your double wide bed is about to be doubled stacked but then, you can’t have enough error coins. Lol
I still have my magicians foldable quarter. Rubber bands sold for braces fit the grove.
Except the error where I spelled copper as coper!
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