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1976-D Bicentennial Quarter Is This An Error

 
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 Posted 05/14/2022  10:09 am Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add Diamondgun to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
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If the metal is raised, then it could be a die crack which is an error. If it is incused, it might be damage.
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Not DDD. Why? Because this if the older style of hub creation. The DDD/Ridge ring issue is found on the single squeeze dies of the cents. Could be the older style of coin crimping. Not a plus for the coin. It could be fading die gouges. Again not a premium for the coin. Just an explanation of what you are seeing:

If it is raised on the coin, then there was an incuse mark on the die. If it is incuse on the coin, then the die was not the issue, but damage was the issue with contact added to the coin post strike. (Always help others to see what is/isn't possible for the coin/die/strike/coin contact issues. Go by the results of what you are seeing on your coin)
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to the CCF This is from a coin roll crimper.
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