Magician's Coin Explained with Video

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Visitors come to the forum often thinking they have found a coin worth a lot of money because the obverse and reverse are from two different coins or the same. Also, sometimes they have the reverse or the obverse on both sides. True errors like this are very rare, most of the time they are magician's coin that are manufactured after leaving the mint. The brief video below shows how they are made.

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