17741Re: Unusually strong upset produces distinctive weak strike
- Jul 1, 2007Correction, I checked the weak strikes album and saw your CT Mike. A
very light strike!
--- In email@example.com, "Travis Bolton"
> Hey guys,
> I wish I had another PA quarter Mike for camparison but I did at
> time have a Connecticut quarter DAS, I sold it a couple of yearsago
> but saved a couple of scans of it. I haven't seen your CT but justmore
> thought I would show it to contribute to the discussion. It was
> slabbed PCGS AU55.
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Jeff"
> <jylitalo@> wrote:
> > That is cool.
> > So, if your looking at earlier years, what exactly do you need,
> > precisely, what exactly are you looking for which you lack or donot
> > have so that you can show or illustrate this "softening of thedie"
> > to prove that the die becomes flatter?
> > Just time maybe?
> > >
> > > Signs of die deterioration and brittle fracture are common. I
> > > think they have any connection to the weakly struck peripheral
> > > letters. Since the die face is almost flat when installed, it
> > > probably be impossible to detect further flattening. That's
> > > looking at earlier years with marked die convexity.
> > >
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