Discussion in 'Error Coins' started by john65999, Jan 27, 2022.
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I've seen this 'double indent' effect on a few other
cents of that era - they don't appear to be indented
by planchets, (possible though), but I can't know
for sure what was laying on top of the planchet when struck.
....and I believe they are indents of some type, not the usual
'struck through' material.(grease, oil, etc.)
(just my view)
Interesting Fred. Approximately how many coins have you seen like this? I would have stuck to my guns, if you hadn't said anything.
Thanks for the info.
20+ years. They were dated 98/99/2000, as I recall.
bend? that is just shoeing the other side of the (??indent), struck through area...not bent, coin lays flat
thank you for the expert opinion, i appreciate it
I never understood why these are referred to as "strike throughs" and not ""struck intos."
Yes, I understand what happens with an indent, that is not your common "indent". Your third side photos make it look bent in the area.
NO, IT IS JUST SHOWING HOW THIN IT IS WHERE INDENT IS, DEF FLAT COIN NO BENDS,,THANKS FOR VIEWING
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