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1962 D LMC What Happened To Liberty?

 
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 Posted 10/19/2020  3:52 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add shantiom to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
This coin lived in a 1962 roll of all grades. if this is a mint error, how does this happen and what is the name for it, and if this PMD, how did you know from the coin characteristics?


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I lean toward damage.
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 Posted 10/19/2020  7:27 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add shantiom to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Is the third photo with a crack and overlap on the collar indicative of anything if we disregard the obverse "scratch"? Is that a clue...
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Looks like an attached fold over lam over the edge of the coin. That is what I'm seeing.
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Interesting coin! I'm with coop on this one. Put it in a 2x2 to protect it.
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 Posted 10/20/2020  1:57 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add shantiom to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Thanks all, here are my deductions:

1. Liberty was stamped then some lamination peel took place, suggesting it occurred after stamping but before ejecting out of the (insert name here please of device that holds planchet for stamping...the collar?).
2. The rim has one end folding over the other... what is this called and why does it happen?
3. There was a planchet defect as shown by the crack on the rim. What is a planchet defect and are there different types besides this crack?
4. My assumption: there was an air bubble or some gas in the metal...can this happen if the alloy mixture is contaminated.
5. My conclusion/guess: After the planchet was stamped by the dies, an air bubble burst out of the planchet and the coin move slightly right before ejection and some machinery scraped metal off the coin, creating the crack and peel in immediate succession.
6. If there is a process after the coin is ejected, is that when the fold is created, if so, what machine?

Puzzles that help you learn are the best, ideally someone can explain the error of my logic.
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