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2001 P New York State Quarter, What Would Cause This On Letters?

 
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It looks like what is called mortar set which is
caused by extreme metal fatigue of the die.
Another form of Die Deterioration.
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Is it fixed firmly to the surface and seem like part of the coin? Or is it a residue issue on the coin?
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It's looks like letters melted...(fixed)
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Does it look like clear glue or clear nail polish? I can't think of anyway this could happen during the strike?
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No u can't really see it till u put under scope & it looks melted, but the other guy said Die Deterioration.
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