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1945 Mercury dime penny strike error?

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Check the rim closely.  You'll see a line where the two halves fit together.  Think about it this way:  you couldn't have a planchet made of one metal on
cmueller56
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3:10 PM

Another orphan off-metal error

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The specifications of this coin do not correspond with anything the Mint was producing at the time. 7. WRONG METAL ERROR 1979 LINCOLN CENT NO CLAD 2.6gr STRUCK
dermestid
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12:47 PM

1945 dime penny stamp error?

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Could this coin be a legitimate error coin or a fake? How do I tell if it is real? It is a bit thinner a wider than than the others. I got it at an estate sale
cmueller56
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4:45 AM

Unlikely edge strike -- authentic?

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I will wait for you to have coin in hand before eliminating this as a possible scenario. As always, since nobody witnessed the error, it might end up being a
dermestid
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Aug 2

Still Kicking

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Just wanted to say hi and glad to see the group is still around.
nikegolfpr0
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Jul 30

Obvious counterfeits sell for big bucks

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When you see a 2000 Sacagawea struck with cent dies selling for $35,000 at auction, that’s only going to help bring error coins to the attention
dermestid
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Jul 21

Re: Article on nickel struck-thru and sever...

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I know of a number of coins torn apart when a feeder was struck into them. Your Sac dollar is one of them. These would fall into the same general category,
dermestid
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Jul 20

Article on nickel struck-thru and severed by foreign object now onli

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I thought this was an interesting article. There really aren’t hardly any coins known which were severed in half during the strike (with the exception of
dermestid
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Jul 20

Article on off-center strikes and broadstrikes now online

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Part of my once-a-month "basics" series: Broadstrike or off-center strike?: Collectors' Clearinghouse
dermestid
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Jul 19

Re: Puzzling effect in counterbrockage ...

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Here's the Coin World column pertaining to the Mexico 50 centavos with the recessed partial counterbrockage that escaped erasure during the second strike:
dermestid
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Jul 19

Elliptical strike clip (tensile type)

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It looks like it might possibly be an elliptical strike clip. I just listed a proof Kennedy half on my website which shows about this much design, has a mirror
dermestid
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Jul 18

Re: 25c/5c double denomination error of unc...

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There seem to be a good number of fake state quarters on struck nickels floating around, so if you see one and aren’t 100% sure it’s genuine, don’t buy
oldsubguru
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Jul 18

25c/5c double denomination error of uncertain authenticity

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I agree, stronger design detail from the quarter dies should be "well-struck." Sure hope the high bidder is able to get a refund!
dermestid
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Jul 6

Traffic

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anybody know about star notes? i have 2009 $1 bill SN: H00000454*.Does it worth anything or is it worth  to get it grade ?Ths On Wednesday, 1 July 2015, 9:04,
numismistake
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Jul 3

Die deterioration sells for big bucks

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The coin caught my eye, since the wear is so excessive and just has a different appearance than what I’ve typically seen on worn die dimes. It’s
dermestid
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Jul 1
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