Type of Rainbow? Beautiful.
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17 hours ago, Greenstang said:

Looks like it may have had some heat applied to it.

Not an error though as it didn't look like this when the coin was struck.

 

17 hours ago, BipolarBaby said:

This

That :-)

Looks like contact point may be the other side. Lets see that picture if you can.

 

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To me, it looks like it sat in a puddle of water with gasoline in it for a while.  I've seen many cents that have that kind of rainbow effect on them from the exposure to the water and gasoline.  That's my vote on the issue.

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11 hours ago, NativeNat-ly said:

Here is a picture of of the other side.

 

Never seen a copper clad coin do that so it has to be heat one side or chemical damage

I do not believe this is a natural occurance

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On 5/5/2019 at 9:00 PM, Mohawk said:

To me, it looks like it sat in a puddle of water with gasoline in it for a while.  I've seen many cents that have that kind of rainbow effect on them from the exposure to the water and gasoline.  That's my vote on the issue.

Yep, you hit that one right on....

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