Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Cathy A Day, Aug 3, 2021.
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All I see is a ding to Washington's head and some staining that's about all . PMD or Post Mint Damage .
You've been doing this a lot longer than I have, but I see a lamination error...guessing it's my lack of experience? How can you tell it's stain...teach me Master Sal!
No clash, no lamination.
Master? No.. Not yet
How can you tell that from the pic? I know you've done this for decades but I haven't and I want you to teach me how you can tell the difference just by looking at the pic, please...
I expect a nice acetone soak would answer a lot of questions here.
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Well @CygnusCC just stated what I would of said.
That's kinda what I thought...thanks.
I thought the adhesive as well at 1st but it does not feel like it feels like metal
Well try the acetone bath.. It won't hurt to do so.
But that's no mint error that I know of.
Specializing in collecting Mint Error since 1986.
After acetone bath
You need to leave it soaking for at least 1 day.
Ok hes in there im curious to see what happens i thought the same but the feel throws me off. Thank you.
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