Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by JCro57, Apr 7, 2020.
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When it comes in I promise I will.
edit * reverse of the coin is odd but damage can be seen at 3 o'clock as it looks like the copper plating had been pushed. @The 6 o'clock it looks like the copper plating had been cut and peeled to up towards the 3 o'clock look @ the C the lower half looks scratched but stops to make the copper under it to look blended to the zink core
Notice on the reverse the word CENT was struck on the thin flap of copper that folded over.
Not a super expensive error, but a cool one for sure. You don't see these often on zimc cents.
@JCro57 but you have NOT answered if it's gradable or not?thread topic
Test Your Skills: Is This Cent a Damaged/Details Coin or a "Gradable" Mint Error?
"Damage" that occurs at the Mint is considered an error, so this should be a gradeable coin.
@JCro57 did not disclose yesterday if it was gradable as per the title of the thread
p.s what thin flap of copper that is Folded over i do not see it in pics shown
I am truly more interested it how error coins are made.
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