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1943 P Washington Quarter With Rim Defect And Die Break?

 
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 Posted 05/20/2022  07:32 am Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add jdsherod to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Any ideas about these defects on the obverse of this 1943-P WQ?
Thanks,
Jon


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Let me see if I can make the images bigger.


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It is a scratch mark that shows the secondary object's contact mark from rim over the 1 onto the bust,not a defect .
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Thanks Chase007!
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If your refering to the line on the president then yes it's a scratch, as for what's going on at 7oclock beside the 1 I. The date I'm not sure, it looks raised and I don't see displaced metal.
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Looks pretty normal overall.
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Yes, appears to be the result of a lateral hit, moving from the rim, across the base of the neck. Metal 'peel' shaved from rim and moved onto the field--still connected to the rim but peeled back.
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with all of above .

In Memory of Butch L.
and Jim U. rest in peace .
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Thanks for the input. I wasn't sure if it was PMD or not.
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Note the incuse mark, metal striation lines from a cut into the coin. Now just a damaged coin. It was a nice coin, but now is a cull.
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