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(93)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
(3)Hi Lindy - I agree with you - as I said in CU yesterday: They might not have been MADE in error, but............. they were struck AS errors. Lots of
(5)I cropped them but I guess too much. thank you very much. I think I will give my canadian cents away for free. I have no use for them, I cant spend them. They
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(3)Steve, It's just about impossible to know how many RR coins of any particular date or denomination are released. In the case of the extremely common 1864 Two
(4)Yes, it's called PMD - Post-Minting Damage.
(8)Your coin is a man-made alteration; sometimes called a 'sandwich'. Another coin was pressed into your coin, after your coin was in circulation. All of the
(3)Do you know where I can find information on this coin? On Tuesday, September 12, 2017 8:42 AM, "email@example.com [errorcoininformationexchange]"
(3)Thanks a lot for your reply
(3)Welcome to the group. I find your message hard to interpret. I've never heard of a Brinnel test mark appearing on any cent. Why would a 1982 zinc cent be
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