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Looks like a strike after leaving the mint removed them to me.

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Not an error. Damage from a coin wrapping/ counting machine.
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Agree, machine damage.



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Thank you guys very much. I'm very new to coin collecting. I have alot to learn
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I agree with the above, coin Wrapping Machine Damage, post mint ( PMD). Keep searching!

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Wrapping machine or coin operated vending machine.
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The wrapper theory I feel is more the cause:

The vending machines tend to affect the tops of the devices or altered the devices in a direction away from the rim. (gumball machines)

Almost parallel to the rim. Wrapping machines tend to damage the devices in a pattern parallel to the rim.
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