Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by ROADDEVIL1, May 27, 2020.
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It has been eaten away by a mild acid, whether environmentally or intentionally.
Not a Mint Error of any kind.
Do you think if someone called it a "junk coin" that they would be able to sell it on SleazeBay? ~ Chris
One could sell anything on SleazeBay with a catchy name and a creative description.
Zackly! ~ Chris
@ROADDEVIL1. As already stated, PMD, post mint damage. It was damaged after it left the mint, so no error, and it is a good example of what a mild acid, such as chlorine, as @Lawtoad mentioned, can do to a coin. I'd keep it as an example.
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