What does a "whizzed" coin look like?
In my early coin collecting "youth" I heard many an "old timer" talk about one coin or another as being "whizzed." Of course this was decades before Al Gore invented the internet.
I'm my mind, I had visions of coins that had been hit with a dremel tool with a wire wheel, but I've never seen a conclusive image as to exactly what defines a "whizzed coin."
Does anyone have a definitive photo of a coin that's been whizzed?
Thanks in advance.
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