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For reference, this is generally what feeder fingers look like (without the coin image):
These metal feeders occasionally come into contact with the coin die surface and make scratches/gouges. The scratch/gouge is on the die
, not the coin. When the coin is struck with that die, the scratch becomes a positive relief effect (raised). A scratch (impression) on the die will create a raised area on the coin struck with that die...inverse relationship.
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Edited by spruett001
06/26/2019 04:05 am