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1975 Jefferson Nickel Error From Factory?

 
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 Posted 09/21/2021  12:23 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add Bet84 to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
It looks like a dd but halfway thru it spun the then stamped partially again?



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 Posted 09/21/2021  12:56 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add coop to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
Is a wrecked car a factory error? No it was damaged later.

Same as this coin it was struck had it day and in circulation it was damaged. Not a mint error.
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 Posted 09/21/2021  1:00 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add JimmyD to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
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FYI-
Coins are produced at the mint, not a factory.

What you have is just a damaged coin, no errors.
There is nothing there that could occur during the
striking of the coin. Value 5 cents
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I agree with the damage hypothesis.

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 Posted 09/21/2021  3:11 pm  Show Profile   Bookmark this reply Add Bet84 to your friends list Get a Link to this Reply
I see a big E between N and G and other on scalp
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Damage. I suggest you become familiar with the minting process to help you understand how coins are made to help you distinguish damage from true errors. Plus, read past pages here on CCF to help you as well.

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I see a big E between N and G and other on scalp

I see what you're talking about, but with the large number of random scratches, marks, gouges, and other damage, what we're dealing with here is just an example of Pareidolia.
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Thank you and thanks for warm welcomage, I'm trying to learn that's why I'm here. I also have more I like to learn about. But like to without being treated dumb thanks.
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@Bet84, some of the members can come off that way at first, there is many people that join and ask questions daily about damaged coins and then just leave the forum. Some of the worlds for most experts on error coins reside in this forum so they will always recommend research research research. When it comes to errors the first thing you need to know is there is only so many things that happen at the mint that cause error coins. Once you know how a coin is made and research different types of true errors it becomes a bit easier. As for coop and the damaged vehicle, it's just a simple way of saying there is only so many mint errors but there is infinite types of damage, (they used similar hypothetical questions on me) I see coop refered to as a doctor a lot, I'm not sure if he is a real doctor? But I'm sure he has spent just as much(if not more) time studying coins and researching as some world top doctors. If you stay with this forum and continue to study you will learn a lot, I know I have and I'm still a "noob"
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My apologies, I seen the links and realized it wasn't personal, they where helping me learn thank you.
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They are great at that. Iv been slowly growing for the last year that I have been active(I have a busy life) but I have learned so much from the members here, they want you to grow. many new members just want to make a quick buck others expect to find a gold mine, but it's like winning a lottery if you don't know anything.The more you research the more you grow and understand. The members here will give you nothing but great advice, though some of them can be a little "spicy" lol

Edit: correcting grammer.
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@Bet84 - please don't take any advice, even if it may be seemingly a bit abrupt at times, as any slight on you personally. There are probably a couple dozen questions posted every day on damaged coins, so the answers are often a bit short with fairly basic information and references.

This is a wonderful hobby, but with a long learning curve. The experts are here, and there are great educational resources to be found on this site as well.

Spend some time looking through older topics in the forums that interest you, and you may be surprised at how much you will learn just from that! For example, looking through the many, many topics on error coins and reading up on the comments and references provided will help you begin to learn to distinguish damage from a true mint-produced error.

The advice on learning the details on how coins are actually minted is really important in helping understand how different types of error coins and varieties can be created.

And, while I forgot in my earlier post,
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09/21/2021 10:09 pm
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