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2/// 2021 LSC. Earlobe And Die Chips.are They Norm,?

 
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 Posted 08/02/2021  06:58 am  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add JimmyD to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Die chips are fairly normal on the Shield cents.
Especially around the shield for some reason.
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Note that part of the shoulder affects that area on the die, during a clash. The when the die is polished off, the damaged chip is all that is left to show on that area. Other types of chips on that area:

Reverse clash lines from the obverse:

Harder to see, but on the 2/3 area down on the lower shield lines you can see the clash line on the right.(Above the 'N' on CENT) {The mark above the 'N' on ONE is a contact hit on that area}

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Again, we ask for overall photos of the coin, both sides, in addition to close-ups. Thank you.
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Thanks .here are some pics.



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