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  1. Hi there everyone, I'm very unfamiliar with coin collecting and value so have a question about what I think is an error and wether it makes this coin more valuable.. I have inherited an 1983 Olympic Dollar .900 fine silver proof edition coin which I understand aren't very valuable - it is still in it's original box, though unfortunately the adhesive holding the cardboard sleeve together aged and split meaning the coin has oxidised a little. I've just noticed though, that that the die of the bald eagle on the reverse of the coin is upside down to the discus thrower on the obverse. I've looked at many images and listings of this coin for sale and they are all right way up and I thought it was standard that the opposite sides of a coin face the same way instead of the images being 180 degrees off? Images attached for reference, Any help and advice is much appreciated, Thanks!
  2. Any collector who loves coins of 2 euros maybe knows the fame that exists around the greek 2 euros witch represent an ancient scene of the rapture of europe From zeus who is transformated into a Bull. The year of 2002 the cutting of the one part of these coins took place in Athens and the orher part in Finland.The coin that were cut in Finland had above one of the stars the english letter of (S). Some collectors found that these coins had a bunch of small mistakes in some other more metal in the chest of europe the fenomenon that Is called (bikini), and in some other small alterations in the face and also in some other seemed to have fault in centering of the number (2). .For all these reasons we saw these coins to be sold in all kind of prices and sometimes very high.In that way we had the curiosity to make a reseach of these coins that were cut in Finland. Through 3 years we investigated with every detail up to 10.000 pieces of this type of coins here in Greece. We found out enough of the mistakes that we have already mentioned and through all these 10.000 pieces there was (one and only) witch stood out from the rest because there were a lot of mistakes in one piece of coin. Here we will show you some photographies of the mistaken coin itself. The mistakes that we found out in this coin was .1)The centering of the one side of the coin with the picture of europe and Zeus clearly seems to be moved to the left side. 2) The angle of number 2 is completely disappeared. 3) The face of europe is also completely disappeared. 4) The word (EUROPE) has moved from the right side starting from the word (E). 5) There Is more metal in the chest of europe also known as "the bikini fenomenon". Furthermore there Is a small lesion in the clothe of europe. oldvaluestuf@gmail.com
  3. Hello to all members 1862 VICTORIA D.G. BRITT: REG: F:D: ONE CENT coin This coin belonged to my grandfather's collection ... It was gifted to him by a collector friend in Germany years ago ... now it belongs to my own collection .... oldvaluestuf@gmail.com
  4. Hello, I have recently received this 2018 Cumberland Island quarter and think I have found an error or post mint damage. I want to hear other people’s options about this. The first picture is the Cumberland Island Quarter with the border running through the date. The second picture is a regular 2018 quarter. Thanks
  5. i have a 270 degree rotated 5 rupees coin of hyderabad mint and the year is 2001,also its edge is half reeded and other half is security edge,what is its value
  6. https://drive.google.com/file/d/1yIydHhTpqEt1d_WpLVZ9q7lwlV8CovS8/view?usp=drivesdk https://drive.google.com/file/d/1ejqMS_wybvqccIVUowlkGBlzGK6XIFj7/view?usp=drivesdk The coin kinda reminds me of the 1976 quarter. Anyone seen this before?
  7. Hi is this a form of doubled die on this circulated Lincoln cent? any information Greatly Appreciated Thank You
  8. 2010 India 2 rupee error/variety coin I need expertise on this error coin. It is Progressive Indirect Design Transfer (PIDT) or die clash or? There are "Ghosting" on both sides as shown in the pictures Here you can see the hand, finger and the 2. Here the top have some india wordings and the logo in the middle. This photo doesn't show clearly. As compare with the normal same coin on the right, the rounded edge somehow have a line cut.
  9. Dear Coin People, I have found a British 1976 error coin. Instead of two pence there is written "new pence". Look forward to hearing from you soon.
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