Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Christian buffington, Oct 9, 2019.
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die chip....wait for more opinions...
"AME" was taken bc i think that is slight doubling on the right leg of the M and outside of E
OK, this time...
Seriously, nice catch on the die chip! I suspect the rest is just die deterioration...anytime you have a die chip, it's an indication that that die is in it's final stages of disintegrating. They did produce over 261 million '68 S cents, so...
Not to worry. The only time you will get razzed is by posting the same types of mostly problem coins over and over again without accepting many seasoned collectors opinions and then argue ad infinitum that you have something rare and we are all crooks, liars and jealous of what you have. Not speaking to you, but the biggest problem is anyone who wants our knowledge, does no research after we answer and provide useful links and then argues us to death. Our help & guidance is free but it has it's limitations after awhile. Happy collecting to you.
Thank you, I'm very new to the coin world so I know I have much to learn. Always happy to read up on item specific topics as they arise! I appreciate all the feedback! My inbox is always open, I'd love to get to know some of you more personally so I have a network of like minded folks for obvious reasons
Learn what true doubling is before you try to sell garbage!
Oh rear.........I mean, dear.
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