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South Carolina State Quarter Error

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well, nonetheless they look the same...
kidrootbeer
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Feb 5

Monroe dollar on quarter blank. Genuine?

(19)
After Silverstone created & sold an array of die struck counterfeits I remain skeptical of off ball errors whether they're raw or slabbed. Will we ever see a
mrlindy2000
19
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Feb 4

Variety Types

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Trails are there, under "hubbing-induced die deformation". In a message dated 2/3/2016 5:38:29 P.M. Central Standard Time,
dermestid
6
posts
Feb 3

Not a die cap

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They mentioned the Schuler press because the coin was probably struck with inverted dies (reverse die as hammer die). That conclusion was reached both because
dermestid
4
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Feb 3
kidrootbeer
4
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Jan 31

Fake?

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The reverse is blank except a ghost image of the George III portrait with faint letters clear of GEO of the style of a George III 1/2d. So its on a host coin
colonial_john_c4
3
posts
Jan 31

Looking for a theoretically possible die variety

(5)
Very good then. I'll keep my eyes peeled. Sent from my iPhone
Michael
5
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Jan 28

Re: Monroe dollar on quarter blank. Ge...

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Without getting into it, the Seller's coins to be Certified go to (a Big Western Auction firm). They was called about this coin; and though they were not quite
kidrootbeer
7
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Jan 23

Incomplete punch + curved clip

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I too was 'Watching' it, and was looking forward to bidding on it at the end. As mentioned, the seller left a lot of money on the table.......
fred_weinberg
5
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Jan 22

Mint Error News Magazine Issue 35 now online

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I'm glad that Mint Error News Magazine is enjoyed by error coin collectors. If anyone has an interesting discovery feel free to submit your article! Mike
mikebyersinc
3
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Jan 19

Struck through duct tape?

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I agree - it's the 'typical' struck thru cloth.
fred_weinberg
3
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Jan 19

FUN Auction

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I agree with what you’re saying on the points overall. Some areas of the market are weak, and some are chugging along very well. Overall, I think the market
Sullivan Numismatics
3
posts
Jan 13

US 1999 1c error questions

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Since the coin was free to expand in all directions, and since zinc is a relatively soft metal, it's unlikely that elevated ram pressure was required to cause
dermestid
5
posts
Dec 20, 2015

Curious about this 5c in a slab

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Ok, thanks for the information!
jylitalo
17
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Dec 15, 2015

Re: Fivaz' 87P 5c WSPE in PCGS AU55 arr...

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Agreed, 2000-P 5c is much more likely an annealing error. The slightly light weight does not bother me. A cool & colorful $15 coin. I've always thought the
mrlindy2000
23
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Dec 13, 2015
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