Re: Another "Cheerios" pattern dollar?
- Isn't this now the third Cheerios variety? I remember Coin World reporting that NGC certified a Cheerios coin with a regular reverse, but it's strange why the mint would make a half detailed, have plain reverse.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Michael" <mdia1@...> wrote:
> I was alerted to this now-expired auction by one of my correspondents:
> Cheerios dollar
> The upper half of the tail has ribbed feathers while the lower half of
> the tail shows smooth feathers. It doesn't match the Cheerios dollar,
> which has two ribbed central feathers. Only upper member of the central
> pair is ribbed. The normal dollar shows smooth central feathers. Could
> this be an attempt to replicate the appearance of a shadow on the
> underside of the tail? If the not-too-great photos are accurate, this
> may well be a newly-discovered pattern.