The September/October issue of ErrorScope, the bimonthly journal of the Combined Organizations of Numismatic Error Collectors of America, features new finds ranging from a new 1988 doubled die obverse cent to a double-struck 1972-D Kennedy half dollar.
Ken Potter writes about the 1988 doubled die cent that features a strong doubled earlobe, while Rick Emery turns his attention to a double-struck 1972-D Kennedy half dollar found in a Mint-sewn bag of 1972-D halves.
Oscar Ernesto Tiznado Moya, a Young Numismatist, details why he got started collecting coins and describes some of the early numismatic additions to his collection.
Also featured in the issue’s articles are hobby pioneer James G. Johnson Jr., a foreign doubled die, a Standing Liberty quarter cud, Eisenhower dollar “Peg Leg” varieties and miscellaneous errors on U.S. coins are also featured in the issue’s articles.
The September/October ErrorScope was distributed to members Sept. 1. It is also available in the Members Only area of the CONECA website. For more information about this and other issues, visit www.conecaonline.org.