Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by Azyl, Jun 12, 2021.
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I agree that it looks like a dryer coin, but the gouge along the reverse perimeter doesn't look like it could have happened in a dryer. Have you ever seen this before on a dryer coin?
Well acid didn't seem to be appropriate all the copper is there. I don't know what to think about that ring. It cold have been pinched in the dryer with another coin/ Maybe?
If only dryers could talk!
Cud's involve the rim and from there extend into the fields.They do not start on the central devices
That was my thought too. As thin as the plating is on the new cents is highly unlikely mechanical PMD would have left it intact.
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