Re: Lindy's one-sided multi-strike
- I've been lucky enough to find half-a-dozen over the years at an
affordable price. I passed up a few others because the price was too
I don't have a 1969-D one-sided double strike. I have a nickel I
initially THOUGHT was a one-sided double strike, but it turned out to
be an off-center invisible strike.
Perhaps you're thinking of the 1983-D nickel with a very weak second
stike that features a major misalignment and major rotation.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "mrlindy2000"
> I've got just the one example Mike.
> In the past few years ,due to my limited hobby funds vs today's
> increasing error coin values, I'm concentrating on premier error
> coin hole fillers. The 84P 5c has satisfied my need for another.
> Well, except for your 1969D 5c, isn't it?
> You know, he one with the 50%ish mad one sided double strike:
> A Stellar example for sure.