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Puzzling effect in counterbrockage produced during 2nd strike

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If you inspect the coin carefully you'll see that the expanded raised design in the base of the depression represents the lower half of the eagle. If these
dermestid
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6:21 AM

Need help diagnosing die variety

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Here's the Coin World article on this 2013 Malaysia 5 sen with the extra date: Could it be a Type II clash?
dermestid
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May 23

1969-D dime struck on copper core

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I obtained a more exact weight for this struck dime core. At 1.32 grams, it's slightly below the expected weight of 1.47 grams. This could be due to one or
dermestid
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May 21

Coin World public archives

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I use an ocular micrometer to measure the width of the thickest portion of the unstruck crescent. I then divide that measurement by the diameter of a normal
dermestid
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May 20

Article on design creep now online

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I often react the same way to a reserve. It's a real turn-off. In a message dated 5/20/2015 9:42:51 A.M. Central Daylight Time,
dermestid
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May 20

Canada 2d struck on core only...

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I have seen mis-bored cores almost touching the rim, and also seen where two core punches were made in the same blank...
sherwood_park_pennies
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May 10

Re: Lonesome John's Coins Struck On Various...

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I've added the file. I always advise folks to confirm the accuracy of the figures with their own calculations. I know from experience that there are one or
dermestid
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May 9

Lonesome John's Coins Struck On Various Thickness Chart

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Ok, I'm sorry I didn't get back to ya yesterday, but I cannot seem to find that file anywhere. If I can find it, and I will definitely dig deeper on Monday,
Jason Hensley
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May 9

Four large clips (one straight)

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I have a personal distaste for the "scrap" designation unless there is no other choice. I also think it devalues coins such as this where "quadruple clip"
stevenamills
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May 7

Invisible strike on a 1989 cent

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With the coin in hand I've now discovered that there was a 1/2 letter rotation between strikes. The second strike was also out-of-collar. Other than that,
dermestid
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May 6

Impressive horizontal misalignment

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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

Nickel with late-stage counterbrockage

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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
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Apr 17

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

U.S. 5c nickel blanks

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I've noticed this too for nickel blanks and planchets. They can still b found for under $10. I was able to obtain a few yrs ago about 50 or so quarter
Robert Risi
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Apr 3

Re: Canadian cent with rim-restricted d...

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Might be a taker, dates?....price?Nathan Simmons On Wednesday, April 1, 2015 8:27 PM, "Carolyn Gibbs carolyn_gbbs@yahoo.com [errorcoininformationexchange]"
nathan simmons
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Apr 2
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