Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Lil ol' me, Mar 28, 2020.
So it COULD be a mint error?
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Right.i understand what you're saying. However, I was told that the metal is soft and could easily be maneuvered
You are exactly right. It is soft and someone maneuvered it. After it left the mint.
You can't be that stupid.
We are being played. Add this to the members to ignore.
"never give in, never give in, never, never, never, never-in nothing".
Absolutely not!, No way, no how. It is not, can not be an error. If the die rotates, it is just a small shift it can't rotate rapidly causing swirling damage.
Your being a fool. And only looking more foolish as you press your ignorance of the facts. Give it up and let the thread die.
It appears that *Lil ol' me* has a lil ol' brain. ~ Chris
I'll vote a past member with a bone to pick. Next we will be called rude and insulting. We are being played.
edited ain't fair. I have only
Lil ol me has a lil ol brain that's as big as yours. Only difference is...i chose to keep mine active ...EVEN IF IT IS SLOW! edited
Speaking of manners, where did yours go? "EVEN IF IS SLOW".
You're probably right! i2i? Bob's Tavern Arm?
Play nice children !!!
They may have nothing better to do than read post made by uneducated people on the subject and pick on them. It makes their edited! Worse than trigger happy police.
You may not realize it but that warning applies/applied to you as well as them !
There will not be another warning.
The issue is this. You admit to being uneducated about coins and the minting process, yet you want to tell us we're rude and not knowledgeable because we say your coin is damage after it left the mint. The easiest way to learn isn't doubting the experts. There are many videos you can pull up that shows and explains the minting process. I suggest you throw this coin in a roll and return it to the bank, then come back and post after doing a little research.
Are you the only one edited? Huh I am sorry, it was such a short time here.
Don't be - read the replies from well-known members - they're well known, well versed and well meaning regarding numismatics and the minting process - read, comprehend, accept and learn - next coin, please
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