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2018 Rhode island error

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  • 2018 Rhode island error

    Pluribus is printed over die strike through
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  • #2
    Looks like minor die degradation producing small die chips.


    • #3
      Pluribus is printed over die strike through
      For informational purposes, the coins devices can not be printed. They are struck into the planchet by a die and a struck through is when there is something on the planchet or die already before it strikes a coin. Proper terminology is very important when dealing with varieties and errors.
      Bob Piazza
      Lincoln Cent Attributer


      • #4
        Thank you. I will try to use correct terms for clarity


        • #5
          Looks like the planchet was damaged before the strike as the letters do not show any scratches or damage.


          • #6
            The coin could just be scraped, some minor post Mint damage
            Jason Cuvelier

            Lead attributer