Hello, Joshua here. I believe this to be a clipped planchet, hesitant though
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Wow! That looks like a 100% clip..... I can't see any of the original coin.
Hell sir, i don't think I've been approved to post photographs yet
Look forward to seeing it when you get approved.
You should be able to post a link to your photos if they are on an image hosting site.
E-mail it to me and I'll post it for you.
Until you can post pics, here is some good info on clips. This should help you determine if it's a true error, or just someone having fun with a grinder.
Here are the pictures of @JoshuaKTR 1963 cent he sent me.
Thanks. What would you say is the verdict on this
Unquestionably real. Worth a dollar or two.
Genuine straight clip with the Blaksley effect, worth a couple to a few dollars.
Looks like a blakesley effect to me. Nice find!
why does the straight clip look like as thought it is trying to pretend to be a clamshell?
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I like it.
It’s an end of strip clip that’s why it’s unfinished on the edge
Interesting cent and thanks @FredWeinberg for that clarification. I was wondering the same thing about the 'split' visible at the clip. Cheers, RickO
Unlike me to be this late to a clip party but as others have said, it's a genuine end of strip clip.
Now for the rest of the story...
OP - did you find this in change?
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