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Four large clips (one straight)

(8)
No need to send it. The photos are quite clear. The closest comparable specimen I have in my collection is an undated Memorial cent with five large curved
dermestid
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May 4

Invisible strike on a 1989 cent

(3)
I just think the first strike was a tad weak. Either that, or there was a patch of grease located there. ... From: numismistake@yahoo.com
dermestid
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Apr 30

Impressive horizontal misalignment

(5)
Not really into foreign errors but love mads and that's a beauty. Love the displacement from the cud too. Just gorgeous. Sent from my iPhone
Michael
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Apr 24

Genuine one-sided double strike

(3)
Right wheat ear has doubling at K2, only it's inside of wheat ear, not above it. Lindy
mrlindy2000
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Apr 23

Article on design creep now online

(3)
Thanks for the clarification. In a message dated 4/22/2015 7:13:39 A.M. Central Daylight Time, errorcoininformationexchange@yahoogroups.com writes: No, it is
dermestid
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Apr 22

Nickel with late-stage counterbrockage

(5)
I'm not particularly an ANACS basher, but they seem to have a huge knowledge gap when it comes to classifying coins where more than one coin was in the
stevenamills
5
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Apr 17

1992D Dime

(3)
Here are pics of the 1992D dime with no reeding. The diameter of the coin is 11/16".  Any help will be greatly appreciated. Thanks. Peace!     Ray D. Here
Ray Ducharme
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Apr 15

Small Diameter Cent

(4)
Ah, it looks like an encased cent is exactly what I have. The weight is 3.11 grams. A quick Google search reveals many 1947 encased cents. Thanks for
raycole100
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Apr 12

"Struck fragment" or coin shrapnel?

(4)
Agreed, it's so well detailed & so light in weight. I'd pass on it.
mrlindy2000
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Apr 12

Re: Show'n tell time (Canadian $2) [3 Attac...

(3)
Regarding the expansion of the core: the core planchet is a bit thicker and with smaller diameter than the hole in the ring. It is the expansion that locks the
Jaime
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Apr 11

1964 Counterfeit

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Yes, thanks! I just needed some place to start. I wasn't sure about the "wavy fields". Not having one "in-hand" is difficult, but hopefully VERY soon, I will.
Jason Hensley
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Apr 8

Shenanigans at the Santiago, Chile Mint

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I now have the coin. Under a microscope I see no evidence that counterfeit dies were employed. I now notice that the dies are about 20 degrees out of coin
dermestid
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Mar 31

New file uploaded to errorcoininformationexchange

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Hello, This email message is a notification to let you know that a file has been uploaded to the Files area of the errorcoininformationexchange group. File
errorcoininformationexchange@yahoogroups.com
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Mar 28

Pakistan mule

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This wouldn't be our first disagreement, and I'm not the sort to keep chewing on a well-worn bone. So we'll just move on to more productive lines of
dermestid
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Mar 19

Plating error??

(10)
Please put a short description of the error on the actual submission flip; this will direct me to what it is, and save me some time, since you've done the
fred_weinberg
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Mar 16
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