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1945 broad struck triple struck ?

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  • 1945 broad struck triple struck ?

    Hi to all my fellow collectors. please help me figure this coin out. Im not sure if this is authentic or really what went on here. To me it looks broad struck out of the collar and the dies were chattering ? Thank you all for your help. This coin has been in my collection for 50 years.
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  • #2
    Well again, I'm not an expert but man that looks like a real mint error to me. What kind and how it happened, I have no idea. There's some great looking doubling going on there! That's for sure!!


    • #3
      Thank you for your reply. It is a wild looking coin for sure. Have a great day. I appreciate your input.


      • #4
        Interesting for sure! Maybe someone will chime in with an answer.
        CONECA member


        • #5
          The deformation of the coin and odd localized incuse doubling look like some sort of garage creation where it was pressed. I do not see how this could be a Mint error.
          Jason Cuvelier

          Lead attributer


          • #6
            jcuve thank you for your reply it is great to know it is a garage job. Thank everyone that took the time to look at this coin. it is a crazy looking one. I appreciate all of the input from everyone.