Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by JCro57, Dec 14, 2019.
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Oh, it will be coming soon. Believe me.
Stunning! Those have anxiety attack written all over them for @paddyman98!.....
Feel like there's some mint employee shenanigans going on here
major errors appear. Makes you say hmmmmmm!
Wonder if a former mint worker (circa 1964) passed away recently and left that little cache of Kennedy errors to a friend or family member? I'm no error collector and certainly not an expert but that small collection of seemingly newly recognized errors begs for some serious provenance.
Those errors are outstanding in my book.
stuck in the bin, loosened free, then struck by a nickel die. I'm sure
@paddyman98 can explain it better and correct what needs to be corrected. Maybe @Fred Weinberg could offer some
guidance as well.
@tibor Well actually. I have the inside scoop on all the pics shown. All I can say is that Fred is aware of all of them. But I'm not going to comment any more at this moment
Which begs the question - are they even "errors" at this point? By definition, a mint error is when the mint made a mistake in the course of regular production.
If some employee fed a nickel blank into a half dollar die, then that's not an error at all - that's fabrication. These should have no more value than a vise-job that was made by a specific person for a specific purpose.
You mean like this mint error? A carpenter must have fed this one through!
thats honestly one of the dumbest “errors” I’ve ever seen. It’s lkrerally impossible for this to actually happen without intervention.
Don't blame me, I'm just the messenger.
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