Hi, Thoughts on what the mark is on the obverse side of this coin down near the date? It doesn't appear to be raised and it isn't a stain, with such straight edges and a square shape. Expanding the coin in the first picture is probably the best view of it.
Hi, I want to get your feedback on this nickel I found in a roll from the bank to see if it is some kind of error or what. First, it has no rim and appears to be slightly smaller than the other nickels but a little bigger than a penny. It also appears to be more smooth and the finish seems different like maybe a proof coin. Finally, very little iof the back is visible, just a very small part of the building.
Hi, I wanted to get your thoughts on this coin. It appears that this was struck with some foreign object that got imprinted on Jefferson's nose. Thoughts on what that could be and how something like that could happen?
Thanks for the feedback everyone and the links John. It's definitely a keeper for my starter collection. IF I ever try to sell it, it may only fetch a few extra dollars from a beginner like me but that's ok.
Hi, I have a 2013 $5 bill with the repeating numbers 33773399. The bill is in 'good' condition. It has been folded multiple times and you can tell it's been in circulation, but no tears or anything defacing the bill. Is there a name for this type of repeating serial number and is it worth keeping?
Hi, on the reverse side of this quarter, it looks like there is a knife sticking out of the boy's left leg. I looked online to see if anyone else had one or had seen a quarter like this but couldn't find anything. Would like to hear thoughts on what caused this and if worth keeping.
Hello, I'm wondering if there is any additional value to this dime. The 'E' at the end of the word dime is not really visible to the naked eye. It is barely visible through magnifier/ microscope. I assume there are different reasons that a letter or number on a coin could be weak or missing. How can I tell if this resulted from some kind of error in the processing or other such that it may add value? I'd appreciate your thoughts. Thanks!
Good morning, one of my favorite coins is my 1941 wheat penny because of the unusual die breaks (?). I would think these unique lines and dents in the coin would have had to occur during the minting process. Not sure if this would be considered just a damaged coin or if it might have some value. Thoughts?