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1991 LMC Double Die Break Behind The Ear

 
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 Posted 08/19/2022  4:27 pm Show Profile   Bookmark this topic Add NY Islander to your friends list Get a Link to this Message
Always fun to find one of these in a bank roll.



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RIDB=retained interior die break.
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Thanks John1
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Sharp photos--however, natural color pics taken using natural lighting (if possible) are best from a diagnostic perspective.
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Pretty cool for sure.
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Color does help with nuances of the error. RIDB-1C-1991-01

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Note the border around the area? That was a die crack, then some of the metal was breaking away from the die. On the raised area you the border, is where the crack/void is on the die. The center hasn't broken off the die, leaving a void that would be a die chip. Just part of the die aging process. It is a die event. (The die was normal before this die event happened)

CoopHome: What is the die event that creates a RIDB=retained interior die break? A crack on a die, leaving a void that shows filled in on the coins struck with that die
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