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The 88 Days of US Type (Dansco 7070) Part V!

 
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Wow, there are some great coins on this thread!
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1857 Flying Eagle Cent:



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Barryg, that's a beut!

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Some fantastic coins being shown

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barryg, Wizardnyc, carwash, Steelers72, Oooo, very nice FE's guys!

barryg- Cud? Am I missing it? I see a nice die chip. In addition, your coin has such a strong strike and breast feathers but a weak strike or some struck through under the left wing. Interesting.

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Hmmm, for some reason I'm having trouble with my optimizer and making the images bigger. The width won't go past a certain number. Hmmmm, gotta play with it.
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My FE cent is only a temporarily hole filler. I have plans for one in high VF and above.



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1 cent, 1858:

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That's kinda strange how the fields on your Obv. are pretty beat up with hits and scratches but the eagle itself looks pretty well intact without any major hits.

Still a nice coin!
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That does seem a bit odd, doesn't it.
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barryg- Cud? Am I missing it? I see a nice die chip

I'm pretty sure that raised lump of metal smack dab in the middle of the obverse is a cud:

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A cud is a variation of a die defect in which the coin bears a raised portion of metal. Unlike a die crack, this unintentional "bump" in the coin is caused by a dent or gouge in the die, therefore allowing the coin to fill into the gap during the minting process.

I could certainly be wrong, though.

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