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Old 11-11-2012   #1
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I'm not sure that is, looks more like an ex-encased cent. What the weight on the coin?
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I'm not sure that is, looks more like an ex-encased cent. What the weight on the coin?
I don't have the ability to weight it. The field of the coin is higher than the rim on both sides, but the diameter is the same as rimmed coins.
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I agree it has an ex-encased look - maybe acid soaked?
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I agree it has an ex-encased look - maybe acid soaked?
have no idea what ex-encased means. Is there a collet that forms the rim missing? Acid etched would imply post mint doctoring?
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Encased means it may have been in some piece of jewelry or other holder as a "good luck cent". It also may have been dipped in acid. In both cases, it means post-mint damage.
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Encased means it may have been in some piece of jewelry or other holder as a "good luck cent". It also may have been dipped in acid. In both cases, it means post-mint damage.
Aha, now that makes sense. A wealth of knowledge here. Thanks for taking time to explain that. Seems I remember, in the 50's there was a good bit of the jewelry thing.
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The encased thing would be from a bezel. Sometimes for jewelry, ornament or keep sakes. You can still buy empty bezels made for different sized coins if you made a search. eBay also has a lot of still encased cents one can purchase.
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