Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Jimmie Trahan, Feb 14, 2021.
can someone please tell me if this is a mint error or just wear and tear
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The reverse side
Is this six different coins?
I am in the "GREASER" camp. It is a neat coin, I would put it in a flip and ad it to my "What the ****? box.
@paddyman98 or @Fred Weinberg or another of our error experts could shed some light on this.
It has been answered on the other posts.. Struck through grease. Worn Die. Nice example.
I am aware of previous post, but none where definitive, IMO, which is why I alerted you and Fred.
Jimmie Trahan. you definitely have a neat coin. i think it was struck thru a greased filled die plus other issues like a worn die as paddyman98 suggested. thanks for showing it to us on CT.
I'm not so sure on the greaser, possible, but a LOT of Crimper damage all around, like it was held against the crimper too long... Just my quarter's worth
That's definitely a Struck Through greaser. Usually the perimeter of the coin shows the deterioration first. No crimping damage there.
Example from my collection
No only one coin
Thanks so much
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="cpm9ball, post: 6395469, member: 24633"]It was struck by a grease-filled die. It's only worth what someone is willing to pay for it. These are so common that I would not pay more than face value for it.[
would this be a grease-filled die?
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