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    Default Canadian 1946 5c Clash in 6 of date

    Found this in a box of junk coin here at the house. I guess it's a clash. Maybe not.

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    Is there anything on the other side that would have caused a clash mark in that area?
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    Possibly the G of George but the die would had to have been rotated about 5 degrees or so. I don't know what else it could be other than a die dent or die gouge (both distinct possibilities).
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    Ken here is what you have.,

    Zoell #P176p - Minor Coin Varieties - 3th Edition - 1965

    Its a die chip. They call it the Plug 6
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    I tried to look it up and just realized the Zoell I grabbed was the 1970 Supplement to the Third & Fourth Editions.

    It doesn't look like a die chip. I'd have to go with die gouge before a chip. "Plug 6" huh? OK! Sounds like 60s slang.
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