Are cladding problems like die slippage pretty common ?
? Would need photos.
"Die slippage" isn't a common term.
I apologize about the photo
But if you look at Monticello it has no cladding or very little as you can see copper all through the building
But the cladding is above and below and pools along the edge of the coin
Nickels are not clad. The planchets are made from solid 75Cu25Ni alloy
So why the discoloration in the nickel
And why the pooling ?
Environmental toning. Just looks like a normal nickel
No idea what pooling is.
Nickels are a solid homogenous alloy. They are not clad.
Someone needs to study up on coin composition and error reference terminology. Good luck. Peace Roy
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