- Many of you are aware that I publish one or two articles in each
issue of Errorscope. Although the articles are checked for accuracy
and throroughness by Frank Leone and James Wiles, that's not as much
peer review as I'd like.
If any of you think I've missed something or if I'm barking up the
wrong tree, please don't be shy about telling me. I'm used to making
course corrections. This applies to anything I've written in the
Case in point: Brad Meadows informed me that I missed listing a mule
clash error in the March/April issue. That's an 1870 shield nickel
in which the obverse die whas clashed with the obverse die of an
Indian cent (FS# 5c-005.77).