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Fake 1893-S



Let's move on...

What is the difference you ask? Okay I will again play the straight man and set you up for some insane response.

Long Red Arrows show tight cluster of curls on the real coin with wide rivers between on the fake

Short red arrows show fine detail in the hair on the real coin

Gold arrows show sharp lettering on the real coin and fat lettering on the fake.

There are so many OBVIOUS sign that this is a fake it is sad. But as a collector who values this forum I 1) want to educate my fellow collectors if I can 2) use this space productively and in the spirit of the hobby and 3) get rid of at least one of the 3 consecutive postings reading "1893 S, Silver Dollar, Morgan.

My diagnosis is that the pictured Fake is in fact a silver round, that is a 1 ounce silver token.


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