Hi Mike D. Thanks for alerting me. The deal I bought has 25 pieces
plus the mated sets that I previously mentioned. Several of the
mated sets are 3 piece mated!! I think this scan got mixed up since
the deal just came in today, and it's a project to get all of these
in my ebay store, website, price list, catalog and book. My
webmaster just left for vacation so if I can't sort it out it will
have to wait until his return. Somewhere is the 2nd half mate to the
off metal die cap.
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, "Mike Diamond"
> I don't see how these can be a mated pair. The bottom coin should
> a first-strike brockage on the obverse face. Instead, the bottom
> shows either an in-collar uniface strike or an early strike from a
> uniface die cap. It can't be a late-stage brockage because there
> brockage impression and there is hardly any ghost image of Lincoln.
> Thanks for showing us this and the other errors. They're quite
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, byersnc
> <no_reply@> wrote:
> > A 1970-D Lincoln Cent Obverse Die Cap struck on a Dime Blank
> > (1970-D) Lincoln Cent on a Dime Blank with a Late Stage Brockage
> > Obverse. This is only the third known off-metal die cap mated
> > any denomination. Unique.
> > http://www.byersnc.com/inventory/1c1970matedpair1m.jpg
> > http://www.byersnc.com/inventory/1c1970matedpair2m.jpg
> > Mike Byers
> > http://mikebyers.com