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1889 CC Morgan Proof. Replica. Die Rotated 180 degrees

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  • 1889 CC Morgan Proof. Replica. Die Rotated 180 degrees

    Did they strike this replica with rotated die knowingly? Is it supposed to flip like a british coin? Or are morgans meant to be this way? I know it is from the national collectors mint, but it looks like a rotated die 180 degrees. School me please. Im back now after some research. I have learned the two different methods of turning a coin. If in fact this coin was meant for turning to be medalic. Then there is no error, but, if it wasn't, and I dont know the answer to this is if it was meant to have a medalic turn as opposed to the coin turn. Or if in fact, it is a die set error or was it meant to be medalic upon turning. Feuw
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    Ok, I put the coin in it's proper place now, it is in Fantasy Land. It has a Medalic flip, giveing me the impression that it was a rotated Dies error. I cant find a history. 25 dollar piece now. Im wagering on Hefner type numismatic value. Jim Hefner. Not Hugh.