I've noticed that a lot of errors don't have TrueViews and was wondering if there was a reason for that?
Here's one I just ran across. Post your TrueView error coins here!
Thank you for sharing....I don't have any but I am sure @ErrorsOnCoins has plenty to post tomorrow
That is one messed up cent......Actually, I never thought of error coins having TruViews...no reason they should not though. Cheers, RickO
All the new graded gold shield PCGS Mint Error Coins do have TruViews.
I never pay for a TuView as my photo skills are way better than a staff shooter.
Here are a couple Truviews from one of my recent submissions....
Here's one posted by @TwoSides2aCoin here:
Ca. 1826-29 British shilling of George IV.
Was originally a generous gift to me from a dealer in Hendersonville, NC, ca. 1992-93. Sold it raw to Michael Swoveland (@aethelred) for $100.00 in 1994, when I fell on hard times.
Discovered it again online by chance in 2016 on the Atlas Numismatics site, so I HAD to have it back, even though it cost five times what I'd sold it for in 1994. Atlas had gotten it slabbed (PCGS XF40).
So it was out there in the wild for 22 years, but has come back home to me.
Wow! That’s a great story @lordmarcovan! Glad it came back to you. It was meant to be!
Great TrueViews @ErrorsOnCoins ! I love the nickel on a cent double denomination error!
Here's a nice double struck Kennedy that I just ran across:
Is there an error in this coin