He wrote back when I questioned the weight and where he found it and
this is the response. It's crude as the person speaks French. The
story sounds good, but we'll just have to wait and see what ANACS
yes i know it!
i collect errors coins since 1973!
no this coin is ok, i'll send it tomorrow to anacs and the
high bidder will bring it after.
this coin have been find in a starter kit, the TV journal
said it! and also the same for 50 cent and an other for 20
cent(i don't have them).
several milliards coins have been struck very quickly, and
some have been in errors, FRANCE error are very difficult
to find! but this one (i think it is a french coin) has no
it is a very nice coin!
i always collect "franc" error coin but not "euro" error
coin, i have some more euro errors but i'll send it before
if you are interesting for them, send me an answer.
That's it. I wrote back to see what else he has and if he has any
more info as I have yet to year of the other mules. Anyways,
interesting, but I'm still skeptical.
~Joe S. (magnus95)
> There is no way to determine the authenticity of this specimen
> without a personal examination. The vast majority of such coins
> of course, novelty items created by slipping a resized coin into a
> cavity hollowed out of another coin. I certainly would take a pass
> on it.
> --- In errorcoininformationexchange@y..., magnus95 <no_reply@y...>
> > I'm skeptical of course, but here it is. He has a side shot
> > well. 349 is a bit high to pay for a fake if it is one. But if it
> > isn't, might not be too bad of an investment for a mule.
> > http://cgi.ebay.ca/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=1350713037