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The die clash picture thread

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Nice pics every one. thumbsup2.gif


Here's a type I three cent silver, which die clashes seem almost to be the norm.




This image was flipped and rotated so it aligns with the obverse image.



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One of my discovery coins... A 1883-CC VAM 8A in PCGS MS65



8A III24 · C3e (Doubled Date, CC Set Right, Clashed Obverse n) (178) I-3 R-6


Obverse III24– Clashed die with partial incuse n of In from reverse showing as short tick next to Liberty neck. Earlier die state than VAM 4A.


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Common 1864 Indianhead dieclash, but still nice to run into unexpectedly, a reverse clash of Liberty's profile. Sorry I don't have the photographic skills or equipment the majority of the other members use to show such wonderful detailed pictures of their coins, ( nor the smarts to figgur' out how to use it if I did ), but close examination shows a clear and separate clash underlying the stronger 2nd clash that's visible in this image. (Assuming, of course I figured out how to upload a picture - a first for me). The double clash could easily be photographed if my camera wasn't the digital equivalent of a Kodak Brownie.


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