1951 50 cent v1 in the ear

NICKEL-TRADER
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1951 50 cent v1 in the ear

Postby NICKEL-TRADER » Sun Feb 12, 2017 3:42 pm

I have a 1951 uncirculated mint set with a error in the ear of the 50 cent, perhaps from filling but it makes it appear like King George V1 has a V1 in his ear. Has anyone encountered one of these? Thanks, Keith.
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pginrh
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Re: 1951 50 cent v1 in the ear

Postby pginrh » Mon Feb 13, 2017 1:51 pm

I cannot get the pictures to display but I strongly suspect that what you are seeing are die clash marks in the King's ear. That are quite common in this vintage of the George VI 50c coins.

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Re: 1951 50 cent v1 in the ear

Postby NICKEL-TRADER » Wed Feb 15, 2017 1:37 am

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NICKEL-TRADER wrote:I have a 1951 uncirculated mint set with a error in the ear of the 50 cent, perhaps from filling but it makes it appear like King George V1 has a V1 in his ear. Has anyone encountered one of these? Thanks, Keith.
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NICKEL-TRADER
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Re: 1951 50 cent v1 in the ear

Postby NICKEL-TRADER » Wed Feb 15, 2017 12:48 pm

pginrh wrote:I cannot get the pictures to display but I strongly suspect that what you are seeing are die clash marks in the King's ear. That are quite common in this vintage of the George VI 50c coins.

Hi, I got the pictures to display, is this a die clash? thank you, Keith

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Re: 1951 50 cent v1 in the ear

Postby castor » Wed Feb 15, 2017 9:59 pm

NICKEL-TRADER wrote:
pginrh wrote:I cannot get the pictures to display but I strongly suspect that what you are seeing are die clash marks in the King's ear. That are quite common in this vintage of the George VI 50c coins.

Hi, I got the pictures to display, is this a die clash? thank you, Keith


Hi NICKEL-TRADER

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And look at this link.

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