1942 s struck in foreign planchet
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But which one? Weighs 2.75 grams exactly clear strike through marks looks like maybe palm trees, or the headdress on the 1942 Ecuadorian 10 cent.

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Coin also has remnants of a Reese’s edge I’m going with an Ecuadorian 10 centavos. Any suggestions?

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My suggestion is that this active fantasy life with regard to foreign planchets isn't going to result in actual coins anyone else would care about.

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"Reese’s edge"

Yum.....that's the best part of a Reese's Peanut Butter Cup !

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No offense but I think the thought process here goes something like this:

1. I saw a 1942 cent struck on an Ecuador 10 centavos planchet in a "get rich from pocket change" video.

2. I have a 1942 cent! Something looks weird on it.

3. Conclusion - I have a 1942 cent struck on an Ecuador 10 centavos!

There is no "headdress" or "palm trees" on the 10 centavos and it has a plain edge, so I don't know where that's coming from.

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A very very sick mind is where it’s coming from. It’s not just a lack of experience; it’s pure unadulterated evil with this guy. 

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Rolled thin planchet with post strike damage.

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