Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by i2i, Jun 12, 2019.
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Sorry to say it but no, this is environmental damage. Looks like a ground find.
That's been in the ground for a long time.
Ask yourself: How difficult would it be to be struck through cloth on BOTH SIDES?
Answer: Nearly impossible.
Here is a REAL struck through cloth coin:
That is the rare twisted image variety. With a bit of practice, it would look like a normal damaged cent.
worse than the normal 'environmental damage'
It's badly corroded
Not a struck through anything. It's corroded by the environment.
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