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Author Archives: Ken Potter
Two interesting die clash errors showed up at the Detroit Coin Show Sept. 29-Oct. 1. The clashes appear on a 2011-P Rutherford B. Hayes Presidential dollar and a 2011-P Olympic quarter. Continue reading
Longtime Illinois variety coin specialist Rick Carlson has found what appears to be one of the strongest and perhaps one of the rarest Class I doubled die reverse cents known in the Lincoln Memorial cent series. Continue reading
From hard to buy gold errors to errors on popular collector coins, this year I had the privilege of seeing many of them at the American Numismatic Association World’s Fair Of Money Aug. 16-20 in suburban Chicago. For a greater part of each day, I spent considerable time sitting behind the Combined Organizations Of Numismatic Error Collectors of America’s club table explaining to folks what kind of errors and varieties they brought for review. I also scrounged the floor to find a few neat errors and varieties to shoot photographs of. Continue reading
Just when you’d think that everything that was major for a coin over 20 years old had been found, up pops a beautiful 1988 doubled-die cent that almost rivals that of the 1984 cent. The doubling on the 1988 is very strong on the earlobe. Continue reading
The first example of a frosted “Freedom” proof 2007-W $50 platinum American Eagle was reported June 18 as the result of a March 15 article in Numismatic News. Based mainly on this report, which a reader found on the CONECA website that eventually linked him to the full report on the NumisMaster website, I can now state that this error, which is the third size, has finally been found. Continue reading
The black-eyed Grant dollar coin mystery is solved. Reader Richard Stachowski sent in images of a 2011-P Ulysses S. Grant dollar for the June 21 issue of Numismatic News that presented us with a mystery that I thought might be a good-sized die break, or maybe die clash marks below Grant’s right eye. Continue reading
Numismatic News reader Richard Stachowski sent in a 2011-P Ulysses S. Grant dollar that presents us with what appears to be perhaps a good-sized die break or maybe die clash marks below Grant’s right eye. Continue reading
This article was originally printed in Numismatic News. >> Subscribe today! Perhaps the most interesting coins to turn up at my table at the spring Michigan State Numismatic Society convention besides the proof 1962 half dollar I reported in the … Continue reading
A fourth specimen of the elusive 1992 Philadelphia Lincoln cent struck with a “Close AM” (of AMERICA) design style reverse has been reported to this author.