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1962 D LMC Is This A RPM?

 
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 Posted 06/03/2020  1:52 pm Show Profile   Check SilverCents's eBay Listings Bookmark this topic Add SilverCents to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
No match with this relating to VV or Coppercoins.


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Question for you. Do you know what die flow lines are? They are the lines thae develop from the contant movement of metal for push the planchets metal into the areas the dies want it to move. As the dies begin to age, you see the lines on the open fields. The always move towards the closest rim direction as the metal is pushed in that direction. On your coin, note these lines on the fields. Not the lines all are moving that area a certain direction. So on the mintmark area you are looking at, it is a die flow line. Not a RPM. The lines are small and get larger as the die ages, but the RPMs are from the punch on the die and are much wider than that. So what you are seeing is a die flow line.
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Do I know what die flows are? I have heard of them, but no I don't know the exact definition. Thank you for providing information relating to it. The reason why I thought this might be one was because of RPMs such as: http://www.varietyvista.com/02b%20L...0DRPM020.htm http://www.varietyvista.com/02b%20L...0DRPM064.htm

They show very light marks, yet they are still considered RPMs.

EDIT: Another question, you said that die flow lines move towards the closest rim. But isn't that little tiny line that the arrow is pointing at moving in the opposite direction of the rim?
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Well according to strike, note all the die flow lines on your coin are point that way. Note where die flow lines start. They start on the outside edge of the coin. They move according to the direction they are pushed continually the life of the die. Note the outside edge of the devices facing the rims. They are also show this die flow starting point. On the other side of these devices, there is not flow lines coming from there, but like waves they lines eventually flow over them:

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Thank you, you do know I am talking about the tiny little piece going northwest right?

If you're referring to the southeast "ghosting," where it's traveling to the rim, then yes I understand completely, but I am talking about the tiny piece of metal going northwest.

Sorry if I'm not being clear, or I'm not understanding, didn't get much sleep last night.
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