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4 years of research on more than 11000 specimens of the most mysterious currency of the 21st century.
The currency struck in Finland in 2002 at 70,000,000 copies with the letter (s) on behalf of Greece.
This 2 euro coin has managed to divide many collectors and valuers.
It is a mystery that small and big mistakes were found between coins from the same matrix and the same mint
in our great research we have found up to now 3 coins with the most weird and big mistakes and we present them to you ....
stay connected The investigation continues

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coins, banknotes, tokens all have a margin for errors happening as there are millions minted and printed each day so the margin of errors happens increase with each time high tech has not cut down on that margin of errors very much

yeah one can find minor to major errors in coins and banknotes but the bad thing is sometimes these errors are made on purpose by workers looking for extra money or whatever, plus if made illegally there are many legal issues to deal with

so finding errors can be a guessing game as to was it a mistake or done on prupose

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3 hours ago, Corina said:

coins, banknotes, tokens all have a margin for errors happening as there are millions minted and printed each day so the margin of errors happens increase with each time high tech has not cut down on that margin of errors very much

yeah one can find minor to major errors in coins and banknotes but the bad thing is sometimes these errors are made on purpose by workers looking for extra money or whatever, plus if made illegally there are many legal issues to deal with

so finding errors can be a guessing game as to was it a mistake or done on prupose

yes it may happen what you said ... but what do you think of those who have invested thousands of euros maybe millions in error coins simply because they have a passion and love for collecting this kind of coins?
do you think that many of them were caught sucking by the scammers?

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i have seen many collectors get scammed by legit looking errors that were made to trick people, and every once in awhile one does find a legit error in their change or whatever

but buying errors online or from others is a gambling game you never know what you may or may not get, so my best advice is to research the coin and see what types of errors are known to the coin world and go from there

 

 

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42 minutes ago, Corina said:

i have seen many collectors get scammed by legit looking errors that were made to trick people, and every once in awhile one does find a legit error in their change or whatever

but buying errors online or from others is a gambling game you never know what you may or may not get, so my best advice is to research the coin and see what types of errors are known to the coin world and go from there

 

 

very nice all that you say ... but as you said in the beginning even if someone buys a certified error currency it is still cheating because that currency could have been made deliberately  by an employee to make money .. and this can be done in all coins

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45 minutes ago, Oldvalue said:

very nice all that you say ... but as you said in the beginning even if someone buys a certified error currency it is still cheating because that currency could have been made deliberately  by an employee to make money .. and this can be done in all coins

all things in this world have some value that depends on how much interest we give ... even if they are fake ... surely all collectors who love this hobby know that there is a risk and that makes it even more exciting the hobby

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