Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by C-B-D, Oct 28, 2019.
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When I hear rim-to-rim, I think of this:
Yeah, I missed a couple. FWIW, I've seen images of coins that were produced from dies about to shatter, but they were even more severe than your coin.
But, the cracks on your nickel are relatively small (fine) compared to those on the IHC.
A crack is a crack, right?
If those 3 met in the center of the coin, that would be incredible!
Not exactly! The size of the crack is an indicator of the die state.
I agree; it's like pregnancy, you are or you aren't.
A hundred strikes later it is entirely possible that those cracks grew to become bisecting.
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