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2006 D - .05 Cents Jefferson Nickel Planchet, On A 2005 D - Oregon State Quarter .

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  • 2006 D - .05 Cents Jefferson Nickel Planchet, On A 2005 D - Oregon State Quarter .

    Multi Struck, Brocage, 2006 D.05 Cents Jefferson Nickel Planchet, On A 2005 D - Oregon State Quarter .25 Quarter Dollar Planchet, 75% Off Center.

    This is my thought on this I just wanted to get anothers opinion and I have something else even better 10 to one after I get some feed back on this particular coin. But this is my thoughts on this again just want to see what others might see if I am missing something or putting to much on to it.
    Please let me know and thanks in advance I appreciate it.
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      What does this coin weigh in grams ? If possible, down to the hundredths of a gram (x.xx).
      Can we have a full obverse and reverse photo of the coin ?

      In my opinion, the lettering on the extra strike is backwards, which is concerning. Add to this, we have potentially two different size coins that aren't even close to the same size. The upset mills are different when making the planchets, then later, the collars holding the coin when striking is different. It's a long story, but books can be had to understand the minting process.

      The US Mint's quality assurance and control was set to strict during 2003 and not many errors escaped the mint after that.

      There are plenty of people with a vise in their garage that mess around and create these combinations, Then throw them back into circulation or try to sell them on ebay.

      Within the last two weeks I have seen at least four similar looking things in hand. They were all vise jobs and given back to the business owner.
      Gary Kozera
      Website: https://MintErrors.org

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        What I am trying to do is see what the value might be and if there is anything else on the coin that I might be worth of possible or possibly auction I was hoping to be honest. There are some other coins to that I would like know the worth of possiblely one is graded by anacs ms66 1964 d - DDO fs101 quarter only two known this one was the first

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