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1 hour ago, shortstack68 said:

Nahhhh, it's the die that has a break in it, seen it before on an 1860 penny, the E in ONE makes it look like ONF PENNY

I thought that sometimes grease clogs up the depression in the dye so that no metal can flow inside 

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Not anything shiny but an equally treasured gift extended to a Yank across the pond from Token Publishing.  A free copy (not even a shipping charge) of Coin News and Medal News.  These are beautiful publications and I'm seriously considering an overseas subscription.  Many thanks to the outstanding folks at Token!

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BTW...check out that very interesting Isle of Man coin pictured at the bottom right of the Coin News cover.

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28 minutes ago, Jester said:

Not anything shiny but an equally treasured gift extended to a Yank across the pond from Token Publishing.  A free copy (not even a shipping charge) of Coin News and Medal News.  These are beautiful publications and I'm seriously considering an overseas subscription.  Many thanks to the outstanding folks at Token!

Token.thumb.jpg.5c1da5772dc01a924ce5e837360acaba.jpg

BTW...check out that very interesting Isle of Man coin pictured at the bottom right of the Coin News cover.

It will be money well spent, been subscribed for 3 years now

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