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Thread: 1980-P Washington Quarter MAD With Collar Clash

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    I love these collar clashes .
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    That's better than any collar clash I've found on a quarter. Nice!

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay4202472000 View Post
    That's better than any collar clash I've found on a quarter. Nice!
    I did some reading on this kind of collar clash and the " Reeded " look in the clash comes from chips in the collar .
    We'll know more when Mr. Potter, lol, finishes the article. That's what I read about it , Jay ....

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    The reeded look should come from where the rim gutter of the die comes into contact, or clashes, with the collar. The clash transfers the reeded image to the rim gutter on the face of the die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jay4202472000 View Post
    The reeded look should come from where the rim gutter of the die comes into contact, or clashes, with the collar. The clash transfers the reeded image to the rim gutter on the face of the die.
    Here's the article I was reading Jay .
    http://www.error-ref.com/collar-clash/

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    Yes, that's what I read. It actually shows an image of a quarter die that clashed with the collar. It shows the grooves created from the die clashing with the collar. Pretty cool!

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    This one came into the CONECA table at the Michigan State Numismatic Society Spring Convention. It is one of the best I've seen and I got good photos to update my Powerpoint presentation on Clashed Dies.
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