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(3)Correct, it is corrosion to the zinc core pushing up on the plating. You can see other instances of it on the same coin. If it looks like something special,
(3)There was contact with something at that letter's area - another coin, something else hard that made the damage; as mentioned by Mike, it's not an error - but
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(3)thanks. On Saturday, July 1, 2017 5:21 AM, "firstname.lastname@example.org [errorcoininformationexchange]" wrote: The clash
(4)Fairly rare. Rotated capped die strikes involving intact late-stage die caps are seen regularly on eBay.
(4)I'm sure there are many general interest coin groups on the Internet that would be more to your liking. In a message dated 6/24/2017 3:52:25 P.M. Central
(4)I think that's a good point too. I was thinking a 10x was sufficient. I use my iPAD so when I send photos the plus sign can in the download window also
(14)The radius of curvature of the internal margin of the plateau is larger than a quarter while the coin is slightly smaller than a dime. This would deem to
(4)what sort of questions? Is this forum focused on errors only? On Monday, June 19, 2017 10:14 PM, "email@example.com [errorcoininformationexchange]"
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