The striking pressure eventually causes the coin to begin to get thinner with the edges of the coin beginning to squeeze up and out of the collar die, forming a cup-shape or thimble-shape. The sides of the cup- or thimble-shaped coin begin to form-up around the hammer die. Nov 14, 2016 · Mint error: Look for the Canadian “1941” imprint behind the U.S. “DOLLAR.” The outline of the British king’s head behind Washington. Will someone pay $35,000 for this coin? We’re eager to find out. In the meantime, keep your eyes open for other valuable coins. Your Turn: Have you come across any extra-valuable money in your collection?
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