Radial Line Border
Radial Line Border. A border entirely of rays, a series of raised lines, which if all lines were extended inward they would cross at the center point. Radial lines rise from a field to form a border element; thus they differ from a reeded rim (which is raised lines on top of the rim). An example of radial line border is on the 1797 U.S. half cent.
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