Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by MeowtheKitty, Jul 16, 2019.
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Mike Diamond says this is a "struck-through" error in which the foreign material on the die face was constantly rearranging itself through the press run. Ken Potter agrees and says offending material like this can stay within a pair of dies shifting around for hundreds of strikes at times.
The nickels on the First day of Issue Cover is neat!
Meow is pretty sure this is a instance of grease on dies. Very common on ATBs. Meow has a small 2x2 box full of flips with examples of that.
Agree! If I wasn't clear, my apologies. Thought I was saying the same thing. Like your find!
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