- As suspected.
--- In email@example.com, "Mike Diamond" <mdia1@...> wrote:
> Neither coin is an error.
> The cent was crushed between two flat metal plates. A second cent partly overlapped yours.
> The peso started out as a normal, heavily worn peso. Then it was plated and solder was applied to the edge.
> -- Mike
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "tumbleweed" <goldpans@> wrote:
> > I obtained a Lincoln cent that appears to have at least three strikes. It has Lincolns face raised and as an invisible strike, just eyes, beard and chin showing on the a quarter way across and 3/4 blank on the right side. Another small section clearly has "IN GOD W" in the right sequence, not backwards like a sandwich fake and the letters are recessed.
> > Camera needs repaired, so can you check this out for me Mike if I send it to you?