nice "internal" partial brockage
- Here's a nice example of an "internal" partial brockage:
This unusual form of partial brockage affects off-center coins and is
the result of an unusual placement for the overlying coin. Both
coins protrude from the striking chamber in the same direction, with
the overlying coin slightly farther out.
The result is a brockage that straddles the boundary between the
struck and unstruck parts of the coin.
This is one of the largest internal partial brockages I've seen, and
is enhanced by the fact that the overlying coin was also an off-