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2006-P Quarter Opinion?

 
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On the obv side around and into the bust of Washington the finish of the coin changes appearance. Was wondering what causes this? Is it a strike-through grease? The last photo is with the coin laying flat, the third photo I held it at a slight tilt for a different perspective. Thank you.





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Struck through oil or grease.
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Nice strike-through.
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With oily/liquid/grease with grit on the surface of the fields preventing a normal strike on the coin.
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