Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by CapnMike, Feb 23, 2020.
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did you notice how thin the rim was on the bottom, compared to the sides & top?
I would think similar to allow that much metal to build up.
The reverse was struck normally. So it is just a misaligned die strike on the Obverse and it is not a dual misaligned die strike as the link provided shows.
Keep looking at more cents especially the 1970"s and you will notice a lot of this type of issue.
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