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silverpop
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well have a few of these mostly nickels




















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only one I have imaged:


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1901-O $10 with the largest obverse lamination known on top and a smaller in front of Ms. Liberty's eye.



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Very common on Nickels...especially Silver war nickels from what I hear.

Here is a cool quarter I just sold on Ebay..







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very cool error coins

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This is my only one, a 1956 quarter and its a Type B. Enjoy

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<< Very common on Nickels...especially Silver war nickels from what I hear.

Here is a cool quarter I just sold on Ebay..





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Be careful! The delamination police might confiscate that!

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If you any of you have an accumulation of 1943 Steel cents or 1942-5 Wartime nickels you stand a good chance of finding a piece with a lamination. Laminations are fairly common on those coins, especially the nickels.

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bigole
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Dumb rookie question- are laminations good things from a value perspective, or a negative?

Is it considered a cool error, or "damaged"?

I've got a 1918-D Buffalo with a lamination on the reverse, I'd just like to know whether to love it or hate it.

Thanks.

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Minor laminations are very common and don't add to the value of the coin and may distract.

Major eye appealing lamination errors do carry a premium.

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true they add little to the coin but to me they make the coin interesting to own, despite being common they are still a neat error to own

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Thanks, I like it, I guess at the end of the day that's what counts.

I just have to be careful with my Dansco when I pull out the plastic insert, otherwise it "hangs" on the lamination.

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lamination, cracks and clashing



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Nice 21, I like!!


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<< 1901-O $10 with the largest obverse lamination known on top and a smaller in front of Ms. Liberty's eye.

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Now if I had a gold lamination error, I'd be sure to collect any pieces that flaked off / de-laminated

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