Hinkle

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    The Collectinator

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  1. You guy's are welcome, I just came across it myself. But pretty cool to look for information on Canadian coins
  2. Hi crawtomatic, I just went to Coinsandcanada.com when you get there, tap on Canadian coins then scroll down and tap on errors and varieties. Then its number # 11 . I don't know yet how to put up links yet. Sorry. But this is the best way to help you get there that I know.
  3. I did a little research and found out the date is called a DD, deterioration doubling die. Some are lightly noticeable and some are strongly noticeable. Hmmmm. Now I'm checking into the ear part. This is cool how interesting.
  4. Just wondering if this is common and worth keeping. I tried to look it up and read that this was a good year for these to have doubled.
  5. Hi everyone, would this be a die chip or possibly something else. I've been checking it out for a few hours and can't quite make out the spot on the coin. It's between the E and R in river.
  6. Thanks Bob, the coin is beat up. You could be right that's a lot of hits taken. Wasn't really looking at that. Hmmmm.
  7. I was told the 60s and 70s are known to be a lot of MDs. So this one caught my attention. The way it looks I feel it might be MD. Not sure though. But what would your thoughts be.
  8. Thanks Greenstang, it was cool to find this. Still hunting though for other cool ones.
  9. Now what would this interesting piece be called. Never came across one of these before.
  10. What's your question so the expertise can answer your questions.
  11. What's your question so the expertise can answer your questions.