It's always nice to have an "inside source" for errors. I hope you
come away with a nice haul.
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> Hi everybody,
> I have contacted one person in my city, he is an error coins
> collector. I've seen two spanish big indents and two spanish big
> O/C in large denominations worth hundreds. He also has complete
> series of euro planchets, the 1,2,5 cent planchets are made in
> Canada, not in Madrid.
> He is a policeman and had a contact with a private police guard
> (also of my town) that handled a couting machine (outside the
> I was told that the machine could detect the denominations and the
> errors where traped.
> On Sunday Im going to meet a person who worked in a planchet
> factory, near my town, before the Euro started and the contract
> the mint was closed.
> You can see some good examples of kernel inserted o/c in a
> bimetallic planchet and partial collars at:
> And other types of errors, some are altered.
> PS:Im thinking now in collecting mexican O/Cs by design type.