Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by JCro57, May 8, 2021.
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Ragged Perforations (a.k.a. “Blow Holes”)
Definition: A planchet defect in the form of a ragged hole. Such perforations typically develop as the coin metal strip is rolled out. Tensile stresses tear apart areas of the strip that are abnormally stiff and brittle.
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Can we see the the whole slab, it would be nice to see how they graded it.
That can't be circulation! The mint must sell those, correct?
Sure just go around back and ask for Wally
From experience, i gather?
I'll never tell
It's AT, it won't grade.
Friend sold it to me
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