No no like most mints we are all linked Great idea enworb
Well I don't know much about coins but this is some sort of mint error so this coin was taken from circulation then mildly heated then gently sprayed for extra protection as the obverse had a tar spot so keep an eye out for this extreamly rare error...do I hear a 1/10 of a shekel Sorry I'm not much good at this but I bet others are..I'll just stick with the mint work
all good mate, that's why we have thinners I should just buy some more but that will eat into profit so we might have to increase the price..well we are a mint and need to make lots and lots and lots of profit so we can make more money
There's a lot of thing we do here at the mint that you don't know about FNQ
Yes the RTM, REM and RAM are always experimenting and trying to think of new and more innovative ways of satisfying the needs of our general public and making a quick buck but don't worry as they will be in full production soon and we'll be charging an arm and a leg so we'll send it for FREE
Here is my "yellow gold" 1984 50 cent piece (LHS). Next to a normal 50 cent piece. When looking through a selection of 50 pieces, this one really caught my eye. I wonder if blank had a different composition, or if the "gilding" had somehow been added later.
Any way of finding out without damaging the coin ?.