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2000 P Sagawagea Die Crack, Doubling?

 
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Huh first image looks like it's something. My guess is a lamination peel. Can we get full pictures of the obverse and reverse?

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It is a clad coin,can a clad coin have lamination peel? 2nd pic is a rim fin. 3rd pic collar clash? 4th pic & 5 pic,MD or so called Longacre Doubling. http://www.smalldollars.com/dollar/page28.html
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Yes, clad coinage can still have lamination issues. There will just be separation of one layer though, so if you take a look at the rim on this one, should start to see separation on the outer layer ( if it's a lamination issue).

I think this one is a die crack though, a picture from the opposite angle may better help determine that.

Regardless, only worth a $1.
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Looks like the 1st photo is the normal shoulder design for Sacagawea coin.
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Possible struck through debris error?
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More pics Sorry took so long

Both coin same exact thing except one Die crack runs longer



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