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  • 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.

    Canada-1946-5c-ArrowHeadIn6-ClashAr-W.jpg
    Ken Potter
    CONECA Public Relations
    Member of: CONECA-HLM, ANA-LM, MSNS-HLM, NWDCC, CSNS, NLG, IASAC, Fly-In
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    Unless otherwise noted, images are by Ken Potter and copyright Ken Potter 2015.


    CONECA Notice: Any individual is encouraged to submit articles, opinions, or any other material beneficial to the numismatic community. Contributions should not be libelous or slanderous; ethics and good taste shall be adhered to. Opinions expressed herein do not necessarily represent the official CONECA policy or those of its officers. The act of submitting material shall constitute an expressed warranty by the contributor that the material is original; if not, source and permission must be provided.

  • #2
    Is there anything on the other side that would have caused a clash mark in that area?
    New CONECA member.

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    • #3
      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).
      Last edited by koinpro; 05-26-2015, 09:13 AM.
      Ken Potter
      CONECA Public Relations
      Member of: CONECA-HLM, ANA-LM, MSNS-HLM, NWDCC, CSNS, NLG, IASAC, Fly-In
      Visit my website: http://koinpro.tripod.com
      Visit CONECA's Website
      Unless otherwise noted, images are by Ken Potter and copyright Ken Potter 2015.


      CONECA Notice: Any individual is encouraged to submit articles, opinions, or any other material beneficial to the numismatic community. Contributions should not be libelous or slanderous; ethics and good taste shall be adhered to. Opinions expressed herein do not necessarily represent the official CONECA policy or those of its officers. The act of submitting material shall constitute an expressed warranty by the contributor that the material is original; if not, source and permission must be provided.

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      • #4
        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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        • #5
          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.
          Ken Potter
          CONECA Public Relations
          Member of: CONECA-HLM, ANA-LM, MSNS-HLM, NWDCC, CSNS, NLG, IASAC, Fly-In
          Visit my website: http://koinpro.tripod.com
          Visit CONECA's Website
          Unless otherwise noted, images are by Ken Potter and copyright Ken Potter 2015.


          CONECA Notice: Any individual is encouraged to submit articles, opinions, or any other material beneficial to the numismatic community. Contributions should not be libelous or slanderous; ethics and good taste shall be adhered to. Opinions expressed herein do not necessarily represent the official CONECA policy or those of its officers. The act of submitting material shall constitute an expressed warranty by the contributor that the material is original; if not, source and permission must be provided.

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