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    1995 P clashes?? PMD? I知 stuck!!!

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    In the word CENT it looks like another beginning of the word CEN. It also looks like the clashes of the rims of the coins. Also some kind of anomaly on the obverse by Lincoln. Am I looking at this thing too hard or I am I actually seeing something Going on? CFE54AF6-C80C-4C98-8C1C-1CAA674E3A73.jpg E3888A98-A965-462C-915E-C823F1AC6F28.jpg 528050F9-FEA7-40C1-8BBC-53631265A0AB.jpg 4210B114-2ED1-41BB-87A4-EF54DEF745CE.jpg 3771EEDB-3B3B-466D-B1D2-BD679E75C0FF.jpg B319BAC8-8D2E-419F-BC20-E4979C118563.jpg 579BC62D-DA7C-4083-9F92-4B01706232CB.jpg 90F62FDF-21AE-45CE-9729-0271014B6218.jpg 0C5CA819-8DC5-4674-B813-E4FCCEEE6166.jpg 848498F4-E5F0-47CD-8D78-1F5C880CA9C2.jpg

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    This kinda looks like a garage coin Sheila. Appears someone had a lot of time on their hands.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mustbebob View Post
    This kinda looks like a garage coin Sheila. Appears someone had a lot of time on their hands.
    Thank you! This one had me all messed up!

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    Hey Sheila! Yeah it has all kinds of stuff going on that makes you wonder how in the world did that happen!

    On a side note - how are you all doing and how is your mom? Hope her home in SC is okay and she is okay!

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    Quote Originally Posted by VAB2013 View Post
    Hey Sheila! Yeah it has all kinds of stuff going on that makes you wonder how in the world did that happen!

    On a side note - how are you all doing and how is your mom? Hope her home in SC is okay and she is okay!
    She will be home Monday to find out. We don’t know if it flooded yet. We have had fun here though. I have really enjoyed spending time with her.

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    Thanks Sheila for the update! That is great that you and your family have been able to spend time with your mom and I hope everything is okay when she gets back home!

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    Nice pics... Garage job for sure... Here is info from our Glossary -

    Garage Job: Also called a squeeze job, vice job, or hammer job, this is intentional post-strike damage when a coin is smashed against another coin or object, usually in an attempt to make it look like a genuine mint error. When squeezed or smashed against another coin, a mirror-image in reverse relief of each coin痴 devices will transfer onto the other. Below you can see a mirrored incuse LIBERTY on the coin as the result of being pressed into another cent.

    Some info on Error Ref... Hope that helps!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by jfines69 View Post
    Nice pics... Garage job for sure... Here is info from our Glossary -

    Garage Job: Also called a squeeze job, vice job, or hammer job, this is intentional post-strike damage when a coin is smashed against another coin or object, usually in an attempt to make it look like a genuine mint error. When squeezed or smashed against another coin, a mirror-image in reverse relief of each coin’s devices will transfer onto the other. Below you can see a mirrored incuse LIBERTY on the coin as the result of being pressed into another cent.

    Some info on Error Ref... Hope that helps!!!
    Thank you, that does really help. It gives me a good visual of what I am actually looking at. I can see the cracking of the Plating.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sheila ruley View Post
    Thank you, that does really help. It gives me a good visual of what I am actually looking at. I can see the cracking of the Plating.
    Sometimes pics can really help visualize what folks are talking about... Glad I could help!!!
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