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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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7:54 AM

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

2015 Narrow reeds gold error made w/ a 2008 Platinum collar ???

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Here's a nice reeded example of 2008 $5 Buffalo 24k gold piece in same edgeview slab as the 2015 narrow reeds $5 22K gold I own:
mrlindy2000
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Mar 24

Article on foreign super-multistrikes now online

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The 20 Sen is super impressive! I'd hold onto that one for sure.
jylitalo
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Mar 23

Re: Similar Topic: U. S. Coins struck on La...

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Fred, You mean that $300,000 full brockage '43 cent isn't worth what he's asking. Excuse me - I've got to cancel an order for a yacht!
stevenamills
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Mar 20

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

Re: 1858 Flying Eagle Cent [3 Attachments]

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The isolated nature of the word certainly raises suspicions concerning the authenticity of the error. Nevertheless, I'm not ready to condemn it. The coin's
dermestid
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Mar 18

Plating error??

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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

Dubious double denomination error brings over $300

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Radar was off on this one. Interesting. Hopefully whoever bought the coin from 'Bilbo Baggins' will get a refund. Unless of course there was a Ring that makes
jylitalo
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Mar 10

Quick question - NGC Comment

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NCG might be talking about the darker area on the Ship, above "10 CENT.." That's the usual shape of the rubber wheel marks - but I agree, from what I see in
fred_weinberg
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Mar 9

'Triangle' Strike Thru Bends Coin?

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Extreme bends have been known to occur with uniface strikes and other striking errors. But feel free to send along this specimen at a time of your choosing.
dermestid
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Mar 7

Canadian Toonie (Bi-metallic)

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Jaime should also be able to tell you the weight of this beauty... http://www.pcgs.com/Cert/31345619/ http://www.pcgs.com/Cert/31345619/
sherwood_park_pennies
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Mar 4

ISOSTASY

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... From: colonial-coins@yahoogroups.com [mailto:colonial-coins@yahoogroups.com mailto:colonial-coins@yahoogroups.com] On Behalf Of JCSpilman Sent: Sunday,
colonial_john_c4
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Mar 2

Splendid example of a struck feeder finger

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Glad that mystery was solved in short order. On your specimen, it think it's neat that the feeder finger indentation was generated on the second strike,
dermestid
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Feb 17

Opinions... Canadian double struck coin

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I probably will not submit it - the error is mint state (despite the ejection or rolling machine damage) and it truly speaks for itself... I do appreciate the
sherwood_park_pennies
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Feb 12
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