(I know what my first thought would have been if I saw the title, but this is a family site so I'll keep it to myself. LOL)
We've all seen "those" coins and instantly (usually) know it is PSD/PMD because it couldn't happen in the minting process.
(Maybe there is another thread that this one duplicates. If so please add a link to that thread since this one hopefully is more current. I couldn't find anything with the search feature.)
But.... occasionally a coin made us do a double-take as to what the heck was going on with it or what caused the damage.
I'll start off with a 1944P Lincoln Wheat cent
I found recently. There appears to be a 7mm diameter bullet through it that has been filed and sanded smooth. A lot of energy went into filing it down. (Target practice or life-saving coin?)
Thanks for looking and adding any that you have found.
Sheesh! Enough already, on to the images.
Words of encouragement are one of the major food groups.
We need to consume them regularly to thrive and grow.