I have a 1776-1976 Bicentennial Eisenhower Liberty Bell Moon Type 2 . But, the small part of the moon (left side) is missing and part of the wood frame (bottom) too, have anyone seen this before?
Could be an abraded die or grease filled die.
@lainmejia... Welcome aboard. Great pictures.... I agree with the above possible explanations. Cheers, RickO
I found in a different website another person asking same question . Many people (in that website-forum) found this coin as a very interesting coin. Some people who collect this type of coin, never saw it at the Cherrypickers guide Vol. 2. These are the pictures of the other coin.
I’m new to the series, just posted these and they all look completely in tact as compared to yours.
That didn’t work very well you’ll have to scroll up a few posts.
Your coin is a type 2 the coin you just posted is a type 1
This would indicate it is a common occurrence and would not add a premium.
If you notice in the replies above member SPalladino replied.
Read his signature line. "DIVa (Designated Ike Varieties) Project co-lead and attributor"