Hope springs eternal.
In recent days there have been a host of new posters with their "error" finds. Most aren't errors at all ... just more damaged or plated stuff that should be very obvious to anyone. Anyone, that is, except the current owner who is convinced he or she has the next great "error" rarity they can sell for big money.
It always distresses me when these new posters receive very accurate comments on their coins but refuse to believe that they don't really have a coin that is worth a fortune. As I have said in earlier posts, this type of delusional thinking seems to be something new. When I started collecting back in the early 1960's coins such as these would have been quickly rejected by myself and the other teenage collectors in my circle. At the time we participated in our local, in person, coin club and learned a lot very quickly. Today it seems most of the "learning" comes from hyped online videos. Times change.