Error, coin, price Guide with Mint Error Photo Descriptions
91 1979-P SBA1 Wide Rim, MS NA 100,000 Modified design that shows a wider rim crowding the date. A standing edge strike occurs when a blank "bounces" so that it is standing on edge as it is struck. 59 2006-W 25 Statue of Liberty, MS 2,676 2,676 Low-mintage platinum issue. Exclusive Discounts 91, fred Weinbergs 1979 Mint Error Catalog 93. Wrong-planchet errors may also occur when the composition of the coin changes.
Recent Error Coins Found (pics ) (Are They, errors?)
Die cap Die cap edit A struck coin remains on a die and leaves its slowly fading impression (called brockage) on subsequently struck coins 12 and, over time, changing shape to resemble a bottle cap. It has been compiled by many of the top major mint error dealers. 5 2000-W 22kt Gold Sacagawea Dollar, PR 39 12, approximately a dozen known. This can be because the equipment settings cause the metal strip to be rolled to an incorrect thickness or because the metal strip was intended for another coin denomination such as a quarter planchet cut from a metal roll intended for dimes.
Error, coins from the latest issue of ErrorScope, coneca
Tilting errors occur when die surfaces are not parallel producing coins that are thinner along one edge, and sometimes causing missing design elements along the opposite edge because of insufficient pressure being exerted on that edge. Labels used to identify specific categories of errors sometimes describe the cause of the error (die crack, rotated die, clipped planchet).
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Punches placed in a different position between strikes will produce a doubled image which is called a repunch. A design element that is missing from the die when it is made is a fundamental error. Many errors are sold ungraded because of their relatively low value. In the accompanying image of the blank reverse, the shadow or outline of Lincoln's profile from the obverse side of the coin is visible.
Coins, found in Circulation Today
72 1970-D 50C, MS 2,150,000 2,150,000 Key date for the 40 clad halves. Chain edge strikes occur when two blanks are fed into the space between dies at the same time. A well-known example is the 1900 Morgan silver dollar, when reverse dies with "CC" below the eagle were sent from the Carson City Mint to the New Orleans Mint, where they were given an "O". A great example of such an error occurred in 1922, when only the Denver mint struck Lincoln cents. Errors can be the result of defective planchets, defective dies or the result of mistakes made during striking.