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  1. Hi to all, my name is Dwayne and I am about 3 months into a this amazingly addictive and interesting hobby and I have what seems to be a new discovery and part of the 1982 Lincoln Memorial Cent set of varieties. I say "new" because of the nature of this amazing coin. This is a 1982 Lincoln Memorial Cent, No mint mark or Philadelphia Mint, with the Large Date and is the heavier 3.11g (copper) planchet/coin and it is a strong double die reverse with counter-clockwise doubling of nearly all designed features and the grade as far as I judge is around AU 58 or perhaps a tad higher with the short experience I've amassed in these last few months but I have learned enough to know via research and searching the internet that this is indeed a great find, in which I believe may be a new discovery and a one of a kind LMC. As stated, I am fairly new to this amazing hobby and to be honest, due to taking care of my aging dad in addition to providing for my beautiful wife and our two daughters, very limited as to having any additional funds as for having this coin graded, plus with it being a rare and what I believe could be quite valuable, I am honestly too afraid of sending it off in the mail. I am from Southwest Louisiana and their is a semi-local Numismatic/Coin Shop in Lake Charles but seems to only deal with proofs, silver, and gold interests. I am going to attempt to post photos of this coin, plus another amazing LMC, but my phone is not of the upper scale, high pixel resolution camera type. But I can assure you that (all) the previously mentioned facts I have provided are valid and of course factual. I have a 16x mag site glass in which I use for coin searching and im going to attempt to take the photos through it. I discovered this coin about a month ago now while scanning through a small cache of pennies I have been slowly saving for a few months. To add to this blessing of a find and to the amazing story this is, out of the exact same small 100 or less cache of pennies, I have also discovered a coin in which I believe without a doubt IS a one of a kind, new discovery!! That coin is a 1973 (D) Lincoln Memorial Cent DDR (A very strong DDR) and is also in the AU-58 grade area. Any and all thoughts, suggestions, and information about these two pieces is greatly appreciated and needed as to the route in which I should take in trying to place these coins in the listing books. My apologies for the lengthy post but I feel specifics is always a valuable and complementary characteristical detail when seeking help from folks of whom are more knowledgeable than I. Thanks again, D. Rowell, Faith! P.S. Since I am brand new to this forum and this being my first post, I have yet to figure out how to post the photos I do have.
  2. ErrorWorld

    Error coin presentation

    Hi, I have updated and expanded my 15 error coin albums at http://tinyurl.com/hyjdzmd The 15 albums contain error coin scans and macro photos from my collection and my visits at the former Royal Danish Mint. 1) Presentation (58 photos) 2) Blanks, planchets and coin production (112 photos) 3) Planchet errors (531 photos) 4) Die errors (553 photos) 5) Striking errors - part 1 (795 photos) 6) Striking errors - part 2 (216 photos) 7) Twin errors, token errors, literature, tools of the trade etc (744 photos) 8) Error coin fun (23 photos) 9) My error coin exhibition at the National Museum in Copenhagen (211 photos) 10) My personal medal made at the Royal Danish Mint (9 photos) 11) Macro photo collages of selected error coins (14 photos) 12) Theory (6 photos) 13) Danish 2002 euro test pattern set (1 photo) 14) Indian extra paper error notes (81 photos) 15) QR code to my flickr error coin photostream (1 photo) A total of 3354 photos. Improvements, corrections and additions are made on an almost daily basis. I have never sold or traded any error coin. When it becomes part of my collection - it stays there! Since 2007 there have been more than 1.650.000 views of individual photos, the 15 albums and photostream. Please have a loot - and all comments will be highly appreciated! Kind regards, Frank Vedel aka adanisherrorcollector aka ErrorWorld
  3. Hi All, I need some help on this most ugliest straits settlement coin. Is it really or fake? Is it PMD, PMJ or mint errors? 1898 50 cents straits settlement coin. Composition: Silver? Weight: 13.42g Diameter: 30.8mm
  4. Hi, I have updated and expanded my error coin albums at https://www.flickr.com/photos/adanisherrorcollector/ The 15 albums contain error coin scans and macro photos from my collection and from my visits at the Royal Danish Mint. 1): Presentation (49 photos) 2): Blanks, planchets and coin production (110 photos) 3): Planchet errors (516 photos ) 4): Die errors (522 photos) 5): Striking errors - part 1 (711 photos) 6): Striking errors - part 2 (207 photos) 7): Twin errors, token errors, literature, tools of the trade etc. (719 photos) 8): Error coin fun (21 photos) 9): My error coin exhibition at the National Museum in Copenhagen (211 photos) 10): My personal medal made at the Royal Danish Mint (8 photos) 11): Macro photo collages of selected error coins (14 photos) 12): Theory (6 photos) 13): Danish 2002 euro test pattern set (1 photo) 14):Indian extra paper error notes (64 photos) 15): QR code to my flickr error coin photostream (1 photo) A total of 3160 photos, and improvements, corrections and additions are made on a daily basis. I have never sold or traded any error coin. When it becomes part of my collection - it stays there! Since 2007 there have been more than 1.440.000 views of the individual photos, the 15 albums and photostream. Please have a look and all comments will be highly appreciated. Kind regards, Frank Vedel aka adanisherrorcollector aka Errorworld
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