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  • ...rare...

    ...in this condition...very rare...

  • #2
    It's a nice coin, but you're positing in the Mint Error Forum. And I am uncertain why...
    Jason Cuvelier

    Lead attributer


    • #3
      I like “moderns” and have a “sweet spot” for errors...this one was in range of “I heard of but never seen one”...thankfully you shared your opinion, “nice coin” that should satisfy “why”... I ll share another nice one D/S..


      • #4
        You need to keep it at one coin per thread please. You also did not address Jason's comment as to why you are posting this in the error forum, Your Buffalo (if it is a D/S) is a variety also...not an error.
        Bob Piazza
        Lincoln Cent Attributer


        • #5
          What they are trying to say is, These coins you posted here are known as Varieties, they should be under the Varieties Forum. This is the Errors Forum, which usually contains things like Laminations, double, triple strikes, off-centers, double denominations, and the like.

          The Varieties form usually has posts for Doubled Dies, Re-punched mintmarks, Repunched dates, Overdates, Over mintmarks and other noteworthy varieties. I hope the explanation helps.
          Gary Kozera
          CONECA State Representative for Virginia
          Website: http://www.minterrors.org

          Unsure if it is mechanical/machine/strike doubling or damage? I suggest reading this post below !
          Updated as of May 4th 2022 !