I'm Not Sure If This Is A Major Error. Take A Look At All The Pictures And Judge For Yourself. You Can See The Tripling With The Naked Eye. I Added A Picture Of The Ear,Too. Not Sure If That Is Normal Or Not.
1977-D KENNEDY HALF, DOUBLED DIE ,OBVERSE. in all Kennedy DDO series! front of Kennedy's Neck. IGWT, and LIBERTY. Three parallel die sctratches run from north to south thru and. FS-101, WDDO-001 , BEST OF VARIETY .
Ending Jun 22 at 4:41PM PDT7d 1hCertification: UncertifiedCoin: Kennedy Half DollarYear: 1977
I'm Pretty Sure It's An Alloy Mixture Error Coin. It's Very Similar To A Black Beauty Nickel. The Condition Is Outstanding With Just A Small Scratch On The Neck. I Would Call It Fine Condition,But It May Be Better.
Obverse & Reverse. 1997-P TKH1 OBV & REV - DIE CRACK AU 126.60. I've always been fascinated with Errors & Die Varieties. Not sure if I have found them all, probably can never achieve that; but most of them are here.
Struck on a clipped planchet. When we make a mistake, we will admit to it and fix it. We have EXTENSIVE training in counterfeit coins/currency. There are an AMAZING amount of counterfeit coins out there.
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Kennedy Half Dollar, Rare Collar Clash,
Reeding on the Rim! Mint Error. and Misaligned and double rimmed
Collar Clash: defined by error-ref.com:
Collar clash: When a (temporarily) misaligned hammer die smacks into the beveled entrance the collar or scrapes down along the latter’s working face, it can push the die sideways in the opposite direction