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2002 P Louisiana Statehood Quarter Washington's Inner Ear Is Flat

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Joke: Auditive help or auditive media ?

Serious: On Canadian, English, German coins I saw some coins which are considered variations because over polish die. Do it is this case? Hope for you. The specialists here will pronounce, it is not my field.
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This is my first post and the photo editor will take some practice, so I apologize for the quality. It isn't very noticeable in the picture but the space between Washington's neck and his ponytail is wide and on the same flat plain as the ear and jawline.i have scoured the web looking for any information but only found the '96 Quarter and multiple worn down coins. This is not wear from handling, I assure you. Do I have reason to be excited? Lol. Any input is welcome. And help with uploading pictures
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Do not worry about the photo. For me the "hearing aide" is perfects. Also keep in mind, take photos and work them is the most difficult job in this hobby, do not be shame., your photo is nice I worked well on my desk.
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Looks like a hard hit. This would be confirmed if the reverse is pushed out opposite that area.


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I am waiting on my digital microscope, it was supposed to be here last night.
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Now you can take nice close photos. Suggestion only exercising you will master the micro. Do not go more then 300x because you will go crazy. I do 'it and I wanted to jump over the window (bad feeling) in time I was at the 19 floor.

Coop will tell you exact was is.
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Hahahaha! I can picture it in my head. I would probably feel the same way. Now to get a better computer. Can you see the flatness in the ear? It goes down the jawline and hairline down his neck. Pay attention to the ponytail, also. The same on both sides. I am by no means claiming I understand the process entirely or I'm an expert in the field. It looks as if the coin was just not struck in these areas. Is this possible. On the reverse, the "state" Louisiana does seem a bit thicker
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Looks like I see circulation wear on the coin, but not seeing evidence of coin contact. So that leaves possible stuck through on that area.
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Yes their is some circulation wear.
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Looking again, Look down where the L_ and P_ areas are. That is where I should have been looking. It now looks like a contact mark. I was looking too high up the first time. So it looks more like damage now that I take another look at the affected area.
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1. Intro, older coins, toned coins 2. Doubled dies 3. Die events, One of a kind errors 4. So called errors, Coin information 5. Coin information Types and Varieties, Overlays
Jefferson nickel doubled dies Wexler/Rebar complete listings

trail dies:http://www.traildies.com/
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What damage? I'm trying to find the contact but there seems to be none. The metal i. The ear does have the appearance of a planchet pre-strke and is missing details where in order for it to be caused by contact would it not show at all surrounding?
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I am watching the videos on YouTube coin community by the way. Very informative Cooper
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