Mint errors - Mis-Strikes (2) DecimalTwenty Pence 1982 an off-metal strike in brass, struck on a small and thin flan 20mm diameter and weighing 1.85 grammes, off-centre and with the legend largely missing from the obverse and with some legend off the flan on the reverse, VF and unusual, along with Decimal One Pound a blank flan 9.46 grammes with a Wales edge with no milling visible, Fine
Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes Ten Pence 1997 GVF with planchet clip. Five Pence 1979 AU/EF with planchet clip. BrassThreepence 1960 the edge partly struck out of the collar NVF. Two Pence 2005 EF, weight 6.78 grammes, toned in parts possibly missing some of the plating process
Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (4) Crown 1953 EF with edge striking flaw, Pennies (2) 1945 with laminated area by the date, Fine, 1948 struck off-centre with a raised lip nearly 2mm wide between 10 and 1 o'clock Good Fine, DecimalTen Pence 1969 struck on a thin flan and weighing 7.30 grammes VF
Mint Errors - Mis-StrikeSixpences (3) 1926 Modified Head slightly off-centre causing the rim to be proud around the lower part of the reverse, 1964 (2) both struck off-centre and with a raised lip round the edge, GEF
Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (9) GB Ten Pence 1969 A/UNC struck on a small flan of 24mm, Halfcrown Elizabeth II struck on a thin flan, weight 8.22 grammes, Obverse GF, the reverse weakly struck with the date illegible, the others include laminations, rim cuds, planchet clips etc. in mixed grades
Mint Errors- Mis-Strikes (2) Fifty Pence 1969 the collar slipped and rotated in striking thus edge therefore with misaligned corners and a groove around all of the edges, weight 13.5 grammes UNC and lustrous, , the second a blank flan, weight 13.61 grammes
Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes, one an ancient Greek issue, includes Blank flans, damaged flans, laminations along with Ex-Mount items a couple in silver, 1821 Crown VG, and some copies (23) in mixed grades
Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (2) Halfcrowns 1940 and 1944 both with uneven milling causing a small raised lip and doubling to the edge beading, along with a 'double headed' DecimalTen Pence 1968/1969 however close examination shows the 1968 side dropped into a hollowed out 1969 coin, all around Fine
Mint Errors Mis-Strikes (32) 2 Euros both sides blank with '2 Euros' and stars on the edges (9), 2 Euros with both sides blank and '2' and stars on the edges (11), 1 Euro both sides blank and with plain edges (12) in mixed grades
Mint Errors Mis-Strikes (2) Italy 20 Centesimi 1913 struck around 20% off-centre with around 3.5mm of blank flan Fine, Denmark 1 Ore 1927 HCN Double struck on both sides with the underlying design rotated Fine, unusual
Mint Errors - Mis-Strikes (2) Halfcrown 1963 the milled edge mis-struck thus giving the impression of a spiral effect of two edge millings with different spacings NVF highly unusual, Ireland 10 Euro Cent 2003 struck on a 2 cent bronze blank UNC and lustrous
Mint Errors Mis-Strikes (8) Two PoundsBrunel Blank Flan with only the edge inscription 'SO MANY IRONS IN THE FIRE' EF, DecimalTen Pence 1970 EF on an undersized flan of 27mm, Decimal Twenty Pence Blank Flan VF, Decimal Penny 1975 Silvered VF, Silver Threepence George V with no date (removed?) Fine, Pennies (2) 1967 struck on a thin flan and weighing 5.42 grammes VF, 1964 UNC with half the reverse barely visible Lustrous UNC, Threepence Elizabeth II crowned bust a double obverse VF with full milling, does not appear to be a machined creation
Mint Errors Mis-Strikes (25) 2 Euros (4) both sides blank with 2 Euro and Stars on the edges, 2 Euros (11) both sides blank with 2 and stars on the edge, 1 Euro Banks (10) with plain edges, in mixed grades
Mint Errors Mis-strikes (15) mostly GB Decimals, consisting of planchet clips, doubled portraits, doubled dates, rotated dies, rim cuds, filled date digits etc. Farthings Victorian Bronze issues (34) in mixed grades, Tokens 18th Century to modern a mixed group (approximately 1 Kilo) in mixed grades,
Mint Errors Mis-Strikes Rhodesia and Nyasaland (4) Threepence 1956 with obverse lamination, Pennies (2) 1963 with central hole around 4mm misplaced, 1962 No central hole, Halfpenny 1964 with central hole around 2mm misplaced, Rhodesia (2) Five Cents 1976 struck 2mm off-centre, One Cent 1977 struck slightly off-centre EF-UNC
Mint Errors Mis-Strikes (2) Crown 1972 with edge part milled and part plain A/UNC and unusual, Sixpence 1939 struck off-centre thus creating a groove above the head on the obverse VG on a slightly oval flan, unusual
Mint Errors Mis Strikes (26) Victoria Halfcrown 1887 Young Head the 1 of the date almost completely missing, as part of a group of thin flans, planchet clips, laminations etc. Victoria to Elizabeth II in mixed grades
Mint Errors Mis-strikes (3) Australia Halfpenny 1960 the reverse having a large die cud across the FPE in HALFPENNY GVF, Philippine One Centavo 1940 reverse with a die cud over the VO of CENTAVO Fine, Egypt 1 Millieme AH1357 (1938) Struck in cupro-nickel weighing 5.46 grammes (Krause states 3.96 grammes for this issue VF, also Copper Token uniface with D DEC 9 and 2 in circle in three lines Fine
Mint Errors, Sixpence 1966 VF weak obverse overstruck with part of the reverse, accompanied by a Royal Mint letter from 1968, as part of a group of Mint errors - Mis-Strikes (16) mostly planchet clips, slightly off-centre strikes, laminations, weak hubbing etc. in mixed grades
Mint Errors Mis-Strikes (10) Pennies (5) 1913, 1940, George VI with rim cud over the date area, 1962, 1963, Halfpennies (4), 1920 with obverse split away from coin due to lamination, 1928, George V with reverse split away from the coin due to lamination, 1944, BrassThreepence (1) Obverse uniface (smoothed?) a variety of mainly laminations in mixed grades to GEF
Mint Errors Mis-Strikes (2) Fifty Pence 2000 Public Libraries struck in bronze on a smaller mis-shapen flan weighing just 3.5 grammes Lustrous UNC, Fifty Pence 2000 struck on an almost round smaller flan of 29mm weighing 4.5 grammes toned UNC with some black marks
Mint Errors Fifty PenceMis-Strikes (3) 2000 Public Libraries in bronze off-centre struck on a smaller mis-shapen flan lustrous UNC, 2000 Britannia in bronze off-centre struck on a smaller misshapen flan lustrous UNC, 2000 Britannia off-centre struck on an almost round smaller flan appears silver-coloured with bronze showing through UNC and unusual
Mint Errors (2) Mis-Strikes Halfpenny 1955 with a lamination to the left of the obverse resulting in a raised 'lip' on the rim, UNC, India Quarter Anna 1879 struck around 5% off-centre with around 2.5mm blank flan Fine
Mis-strikes World a small group (20) of minor mint errors, e.g. laminations, off-centre strikes and others, includes Belgium, Greece, Brazil, India, Portugal, Sweden, China and Israel in mixed circulated grades
Mis-strikes World a small group (20) of mint errors, eg laminations, off-centre strikes and others, includes Belgium, Greece, Brazil, India, Portugal, Sweden, China and Israel in mixed circulated grades
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