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Linc Head Spiked 82p 1c Front Die Break X 2

 
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 Posted 01/15/2020  2:55 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add jcassity to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
interestig die break showing linc head spike
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 Posted 01/15/2020  3:06 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add coop to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Looks more like gas under the plating. A die crack usually has a high spot on the coin.

You can even see a die chip forming on the coin.

A die break is when part of the metal breaks away from the die leaving a wider void.




I'm just not seeing a sharpness/size of the crack or chip on your coin.
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jcassity,
That is a linear trail gas bubble not a die crack. Also,please rotate photos properly before posting...thanks.
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the rotaton was to allow the light to show the problem... I try to show the images correctly but in this case,, it was needed to clairify the topic.

this is a raised line xx 2 and it does not budge when I push on it.

this means is must be a (terminology) die crack?
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is the shown linc cent above example called as a die "break" and the term "CUD" one in the same?


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Your coin is not a die crack,reread my comment above. There is a glossary you can click on on the left side of the page.Die break is not the same as a CUD.
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i replied to you john ,,,

it is a raised line
it does not push back in
its long
it looks iike the example images

are you saying it can not be a die crack because its not on an approved list of die cracks? meaning an attibuted "list" keep hearing about?

a youtuber, blueridesilver hound mentions attributed varieties often, is this what you are meaning ,,,

or are you actualy still sayig the areas are bubbles of gas?
i pushed in on many areas with a wooden object and they remain
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I think it is a linear trail gas bubble.
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