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1986-D Cent Strike Thru, Rim Burr ? Seeking opinions

 
 
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Not sure if this is a strike through or some sort of planchet error. The rim also seems affected. What do you all think it is ? Ruling out PMD because the devices are not affected, but I could be wrong.





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Die gouge. The letter isn't affected, you would see the material imprint of a strike through across T. Note yhe tiny notches on either side of the upright bar, this is because of void under the pressure to fully expand.
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Die gouge


Meaning that is raised on the cent? sure looks like a gouge in the pictures. I see raised when it's gouged, I see gouged when it's raised. Great, I got coin dyslexia!!
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Meaning that is raised on the cent?


The area is recessed so I don't think it is a Die Gouge
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The area is recessed so I don't think it is a Die Gouge


If that is recessed under the T then maybe a planchet error before the strike?
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If that is recessed under the T then maybe a planchet error before the strike?


That is what I am leaning towards.
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Sorry, that's waht I meant, things ani't firing off well tonight, it is a planchet gouge, prestrike error. Why the detail isn't affected.
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Well it seems we all agree on a planchet error. Thank for the input folks. Had a feeling that's what it is but needed some reinforcement on the attribute.
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Why the detail isn't affected.


And I bet that planchet gouge was alot bigger as the strike pulled the metal into the die and compacted it - I'd love to see what that planchet looked like before the strike!!
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