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    Americana: Colonial and Federal Coins, Medals and Currency

    Highlight: COINS: DIMES 3935 1918‘D’ Off center. Extremely Fine or nearly so. Struck 15% off center at 8:00. Lightly cleaned but still an ac- ceptable early anomaly. Ex Coin Galleries Mail Bid Sale, February 1998, lot 3491. 3936 1918‘S’ Off center. About Uncirculated. Struck 10% off center at 4:00. Rich golden toning on the obverse, lighter on the reverse. Ex Superior, October 1989, lot 3073. Lot No. 3937 3937 1920‘S’ Off center. Choice About Uncirculated. Struck 20% off center at 8:30. Frosty mint lustre with just a hint of toning. Scarce this much off centerr Collections (Bowers & Merena, March 1990, lot 3644). HIGH GRADE BROADSTRUCK 1928‘S’ DIME Lot No. 3938 3938 1928‘S’ Off center. Very Choice Brilliant Uncircu- lated. Struck 25% off center at 8:00. Full Split Bands. A

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    American numismatic association : 66th annual convention auction sale. [08/21-26/1957]

    Highlight: OFF CENTER COINS VERY DESIRABLE TO MINT ERROR COLLECTORS Lot No. 1407. 1803 Half Cent, struck about l/5th off center to left in Kolit 9 position. Rather poor but Half Cents are exceptionally very scarce, $35.00. 1408. 1795 Large Cent, variety with ONE CENT in center, struck l/8th off center to left in K.9 position. Bold features, date and Liberty. Good, scarce, $40.00. 1409. 1817 Close date, struck l/16th off center to upper right in K.2 position. V. Good, $20.00. 1410. 1831 Large letters struck nearly l/3rd off center in K.IV 2 position. G. V. Good. Scarce this far off center, $30.00. 1411. Another large Cent (No date), struck nearly as far off center to bottom in K.6 position. V. Good. 1412. 1853 Struck 1/lOth off center to right in K.3 posi- tion. V. Fine, $15.00. INDIAN CENTS 1413. 186

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    VOCABULARY TERM: OFF CENTER

    01/22/2017

    Highlight: VOCABULARY TERM: OFF CENTER http://www.coinbooks.org/v20/esylum_v20n04a13.html

    VOCABULARY TERM: OFF CENTER

    Dick Johnson submitted this entry from his Encyclopedia of Coin and Medal Terminology. Thanks. -Editor

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    Americana: Colonial and Federal Coins, Medals and Currency

    Highlight: 3920 1912 Off center. Brilliant Uncirculated. Struck 15% off centerU. S. LIBERTY SEATED DIME ERRORS 3921 1876 Ragged Planchet Clip. Choice Extremely Fine. End of strip ragged edge clip at 9:00; 1891 Curved Planchet Clip. Tiny rim clip at 10:00. End of strip ragged edge clip at 9:00. Russet-gold and attractive. A high grade pair of Seated Liberty Dime clips. 2 pieces. Lot No. 3922 3922 1887 Choice Brilliant Uncirculated. 10% off centerver gray and iridescent rose. A handsome example of the type. AN ACS MS63. Lot No. 3923 3923 1891‘0’ Broadstrike. Brilliant Uncirculated or bet- ter. Broadstruck and slightly off center toward 8:00

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    The Charles F. Heining Collection United States Gold, Silver & Copper Coins, Paper Money

    Highlight: 1127 1918'S' Struck 20% off-center to Kolit 7. Very Good, scratched; 1919 Broad planchet and rims. Uncirculated; 1937 Struck 20% off-center to Kolit 7. Uncirculated. 3 pieces. 1128 1937 Reeded edge. Brilliant Uncirculated. Rare. 1129 1945'D' Struck 20% off-center to Kolit 9; 1965 Struck 15% off-center to Kolit 2; n.d. Jefferson. Struck 60% off-centeres. 1130 196 I'D' "Flip." Double struck. The second strike shows 15% of the reverse on the obverse at Kolit 7. Extremely Fine. 1131 1963'D' Triple Strike. The second strike horizontal to the first, the third struck 95% off-center to Kolit 5. Uncirculated. Extremely rare. Described in Coin World, September 20, 1963. 1132 1964 Struck on a CENT planchet. Uncirculated. Rare. 1133 1964 Double clip (one large, the

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    Central states and Iowa numismatic assn. [05/09-10/1942]

    Highlight: Struck far off center. Fine. 1177. Large Cent. Obv. that of Canadian Bank Token. Rev. Regular Large Cent type. Both Obv. and Rev. struck incused. Very good, excessively Rare. 1178. Large Cent. Rev. on both sides. One side incused. Fine and very rare. 1179. 1900 Dime. No milling. Struck far off center. Very fine. 1180. 1919 5c Nickel. Far off center, clipped edge. Unc. Very rare. 1181. 1935 5c Nickel. Far off center, clipped edge. Unc. Choice freak. 1182. 1863 Civil War Token. “Not One Cent” Struck off center. Very good. 1183. 1863 Indian. Struck Vz off center. Very fine and Rare. 1184. 1865 Indian. Struck far off center. Very fine. 1185. 1897 Indian. Struck off center. Very fine. 1186. 1901 Indian. Struck far off center1187. 1906 Indian. Strack far off center. Unc. 1188. 1906 Indian

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    Bicentennial publick rare coin auction ... [03/26-27/1976]

    Highlight: off center at 12:00, ALMOST UN- CIRCULATED-55. Scarce. ($60—75) 1 161 1929-S Standing Liberty Quarter, Broadstruck out of collar. UNCIRCULATED— 60 or thereabouts. * 1162 1972 Eisenhower Dollar, 5% clip at 10:00, ALMOST UN- CIRCULATED- 55. 1 163 1956 U.S. PROOF set: appears to be in original mint wrapper with 2 dimes and no nickel. 1164 Indian Cent, 1897, 5% off center at 9:00, EINE-12; Indian Cent, 1896, 10% off center at 8:00, VG— 10; reverse rim ding; Mercury Dime, 1934-D, 5% off center at 9:30, AU-55; Mercury Dime, 1935, 7% off center at 9:00, VF-35, cleaned; Mercury Dime, 1934-D, 5 % off center at 10:00, FINE-15; Mercury Dime, 1944-S, 10% off centerBarber Dime, Struck out of collar, AU-55; Indian Cent, 1897, 5% off center at

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    Auction sale no. 14 : ancients, U. S. and foreign gold, silver and copper, part VIII (Brazil) of the Guttag Latin American collection, freaks, tokens, etc., and an unusual offering of U. S. patterns from a famous mid-western collection. [03/28/1942]

    Highlight: Off center. (2pcs.). 1905. Large planchet (20 cent size). Unc. Defective planchet- Half of obverse missing. Incused obv. and rev. Only fair. (2 pcs.). 1906, 1910. Defective planchets. (2 pcs). 1913. Liberty Head nickel altered from 1903. 1916. Buffalo type. Off center. 1918. Off center. Unc. 1919. Off center. Part Buffalo missing. Unc. 1920. Off center, “five cents” missing. Unc. 1918, 1935 (2). Defective pianchets. (3 pcs.). LARGE CENTS 1795. Double Struck. Rev. Poor. 1797. Off center and “LIBERTY” double struck. 1797. Off center. “UNITED and LIB” missing. 1797. Off center and double struck obv. and rev. 1803. Defective planchet. Very fine coin. 1810. Off center. 1814. Off center. 1817. Off center. 1/3 missing. 1819. No reverse. Instead another obverse dated 1826. Home-made. 1831. Off

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    The June 2013 Baltimore Auction, United States Coinage

    Highlight: Dollar — Struck 10% Off Center — MS-64 (NGC). 4473 1972-D Eisenhower Dollar — Broadstruck — MS-63 (NGC). 4474 1972-D Eisenhower Dollar — Struck 5% Off Center — MS-63 (NGC). 4475 1972-D Eisenhower Dollar — Struck 5% Off Center — MS-63 (NGC). 4476 1973-S Eisenhower Dollar. Silver — Misaligned Obverse Die — Proof-66 Cameo (NGC). 4477 1974 Eisenhower Dollar — Struck 10% Off Centerverse Misaligned Die — MS-64 (NGC). 4479 1976 Eisenhower Dollar. Type II — Broadstruck — Unc De- tails — Obverse Wheel Mark (NGC). 4480 1976 Eisenhower Dollar. Type II — Double Struck, Sec- ond Strike 85% Off Centererse Wheel Mark (NGC). 4481 1976 Elsenhower Dollar. Type II — Double Struck, Sec- ond Strike 90% Off Center — Unc Details — Revers

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    American numismatic association : 66th annual convention auction sale. [08/21-26/1957]

    Highlight: struck 3/4th off center to lower left in K.7 position. Prac. Unc. PLAIE NICKELS OFF CENTER 1428. 1907 Liberty Head, 1919 Buffalo and 1945 ef- ferson; all slightly off center. 3 nice types. Fine to Uncirculated, $20.00. 1429. Buffalo (No date) struck over l/3rd off center to bottom in K.6 position. Prac. Unc. Scarce this far off. Worth $20.00. PLATE 1430. Jefferson struck over 2/3rds off center to upper right in K.2 position. Uncirculated and very scarce. Worth at least $20.00. PLATE 1431. Another Jefferson struck still further off center in K.7 position. Uncirculated PLATE 1432. Another Jefferson but double struck. Also 2/3 off center in K.4 position, showing front part of Jef- ferson’s face and second striking part of forehead and nose. First struck motto We Trust, second strik- ing God

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    Fifty-second catalogue of rare coins, tokens, medals, paper money, etc. [06/29/1940]

    Highlight: Struck Off Center. Scaly Die Breaks, etc., done when issued. Good to Unc. 55 Diff. Pcs. 484 Cents, 1917 S. (2), 1917 D., 1924 S., Struck Way Off Center, Fine. 4 Diff. Pcs. 485 1927 Cent, Broad Flat Border on Obv. & Rev. Unc. Red. 486 1934 Cent, Broad Beveled Hub Shaped Edge. Unc. Red. 487 1934 Cents, Struck Way Off Center, Unc. Red. 2 Pcs. 488 1935 Cents, Saucer Shaped Planchet, Beveled Edge, Off Center, etc. Unc. Red. 5 Diff. Pcs. 489 1936 Cents, Way Off Center, Unc. Red. 3 Diff. Pcs. 490 Cents, 1937 (2), 1938 Way Off Centerirely Omitted. Unc. Red. 492 1865, 2c, Very Wide Heavy Bulge on Rev. Obliterates The Word UNITED. Ex.F. 493 1865, 3c Nickel, Way Off Center, Part of Obv. & Rev. Struck Up. Fine. 494 5c Nickel, Liberty Head,

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    Sixty-seventh catalogue of rare coins, tokens, medals, paper money, etc. [03/04/1942]

    Highlight: Struck Off Center, Large Double Cut S., Unc. Brill. 927 1901 Struck Way Off Center. Unc. Brill. 928 1903 Struck Off Center, Broad Planehet, Unc. Brill. 929 1905 Struck Off Center, Unc. Brill. 930 1910 Struck Off Center, Unc. Brill. 931 1911 D. Mint, Struck Way Off Center, Partly Saucer Shape. Unc. Brill. 932 1912 D. Mint, Struck Slightly Off Center. Unc. Brill. 933 1914 Struck Way Off Center, Unc. Brill. 934 1916 Old Type, Struck Off Center, Unc. 935 1916 S. Mint, Old Type, Struck Off Center, Unc. Brill. 936 1917 Struck Way Off Center, Large Planehet, Unc. Brill. 937 1917 S. Mint, Struck Way Off Center, Rev. Semi-Saucer Shape. Unc. Brill. 938 1918 D. Mint, Large Planehet Struck Way Off Centerucer Shape, Unc. Brill. 939 1919 Struck Way Off Center, Large Planehet, Unc. Brill. 940

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    Ninety-seventh catalogue of rare coins, tokens, medals, paper money, etc. [06/27-28/1947]

    Highlight: 697 1801 Way off center, 1/3 blank planchet, Very good. ($4.00). 698 1802 D.166, N.19-14B-L, America incused on obv., Very fine. ($5.00). 699 1803 D.180, Struck on half cent planchet, Unique, Very good. ($12.00). 700 1803 D.188, N.14-10-L, Off center, Only upper part of date shows, Very fine. ($4.00). 701 1803 Off center, 1/5 blank planchet, Very good. ($3.50). 702 1810 Perfect date, Off center, 1/5 blank planchet, Very good. 703 1810 Slightly off center, Obv. incused on rev.. Fine. Very rare. ($5.00). 704 1810 Obv. off center, Edge partly saucer-shaped, Obv. incused on rev., Very good. ($4.00). 705 1811 Perfect date, Way off center, 1/3 blank planchet, Good. / 06 1811 Perfect date, Way off centert, Abt. good. 707 181 1 Perfect date, Way off center, Half blank planchet,

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    Auction sale no. 14 : ancients, U. S. and foreign gold, silver and copper, part VIII (Brazil) of the Guttag Latin American collection, freaks, tokens, etc., and an unusual offering of U. S. patterns from a famous mid-western collection. [03/28/1942]

    Highlight: Off center. 1/3 missing. 203 White cent. Off center. Date missing. 204 Blank planchet for white cent. 205 1865. Off center. “States of” missing. 1/3 blank. 206 1865. Off center. “Of Ame” missing. 1/4 blank. 207 1880. Off center, “ted States” missing. Unc. 208 (1888 ?). Off center. Date almost entirely off. 1/3 blank. 209 1890. Off center, also 1895, 1897. (3 pcs.). 210 1892. Incused and in reverse order, Obv. and rev. 211 1901. Off center. Half blank. 212 1906. Double struck with Head, date and denomination appearing twice clearly. I i 213 1906. Off center; 1905- Unc. defective planchet. (2 pcs.). 214 Half of obverse missing. No date. Reverse perfect. Uncirculated, curious. 215 Blank obverse, Reverse perfect. Also- Blank planchet for small cent. (2). 216 Lincoln Cents. 1918. Off center and

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    The Charles F. Heining Collection United States Gold, Silver & Copper Coins, Paper Money

    Highlight: 5% off-center in the Kolit 12 position. The second date halfway above the first. Good; 1901 Struck 20% off-center in Kolit 12 position. Good; 1904 Struck 25% off-center in Kolit 11 position. Extremely Fine. 3 pieces. 1115 1907 Double struck. The second strike 60% off-center other plain; n.d. Brockage Flip. "Wheat" reverse on the obverse; n.d. Brockage. Memorial reverse; 1964'D' Barely legible obverse; 1956 Weak motto; 1960 S.D. Clip; 1965 Indented; 1961 Thin planchet; 1944 Thick planchet; 1966 Broad planchet; 1965 Struck 20% off-center at Kolit 6; 1964'D' Double struck. Second strike 65% off-center at Koli

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    Entlich, White Oak, Gross and St. Andre Collection

    Highlight: Struck 10% off-center. With cuds. AU-55. Decid- edly off-center toward the 11:00 position when viewed from the obverse, this coin is what is most technically an "uncentered broadstrike out of collar," as there is no loss of design elements or legends on either side. Although 1919-dated Buffalo nickels are found with some regularity, multiple errors like this one are a rarity — the obverse die is also badly cracked and broken, a long and thin cud die break visible around 10:00 at the periphery and a small pill-shaped die break visible atop Indian's head. Toned in pretty golden and gray hues, this visual error Buffalo slipped into circulation for the briefest spell and caught some greenish deposits in the deepest recesses of the designs. Double Struck Combined with Reverse Indent Buffalo 416

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    Florida mid-winter coin show. [01/20-23/1966]

    Highlight: Struck Vsth off center in K- 10 y 2 position. Ext. Fine $55.00 Bronze Indian Cent— 1864. Struck % off center in K.12 position. V. Good $75.00 Bronze Indian Cent — 1864 (1). Struck Vsth off center in K-11 position. L does not show but neck is pointed as all are with the L. Good. Scarce $35.00 Indian Cent— 1866. Struck l/ 6 th off center in K-12 position. Good, with a few dark spots $25.00 Indian Cent — 1890. Struck l/ 6 th off centerUnc. Scarce position $20.00 Indian Cent — 1894. Double cut date. Red Uncirculated. Not a common variety. Scarce. In 2x2 plastic holder $75.00 Indian Cent — 1899. Struck l/ 6 th off center in K- 5 y 4 position. Ext. Fine. Very scarce position $20.00 Indian Cent — 1901. Double struck inside the collar. First strike still shows some

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    240th Sale: Important Collections of U.S. and Foreign Coins

    Highlight: Ys OFF-CENTER, about fine. 35.00 1629. lc 1864 Bronze, 1/3 OFF-CENTER, nearly unc. RARE. 50.00 1630. lc Bronze Ya. OFF-CENTER to bottom (date doesn't show) good. 5.00 1631. lc 1868, 2 Parts reverse on obverse and corresponding parts obverse on reverse, fine. Cost >_ 50.00 1632. lc 1882 Y± OFF-CENTER lower right, RED UNC. 40.00 1633. lc 1897 1/10 OFF CENTER, very good. 10.00 1634 lc 19— 2/3 OFF-CENTER TO RIGHT, x.f. 35.00 1635. lc Lincoln reverse, thin shell, unc. Cost 15.00 1636. lc Lincoln bust with IN GOD WE (corresponding portion reverse) struck 50% OFF-CENTER on VERTICAL OVAL PLANCHET, * unc. RARE. Cost 50.00 1637. lc Lincoln 2/3 OFF CENTERe REEDED EDGE, no doubt privately made, unc. Cost 10.00 1639. lc 85% OFF-CENTER to right, unc. Cost

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    Journal of the Barber Coin Collectors' Society, vol. 3, no. 1

    1/3/1991

    Highlight: The availability of off-center Barbers by denomination seems to bear out the premise that they were destined for destruction if spotted early. Although rare in all denominations, off-center half dollar Barbers seem to bo the hardest to locate. This would seem logical, since their larger size would have made them easier to spot, and were subsequently destroyed more than the Barber dime or quarter. Tve been collecting off-center Barbers for three years and during that period I have looked for them while attending many large and small shows. During that entire period, I have seen eight off-center Barber dimes, four off- center Barber quarters, and no off-center. I mentioned this to Marilyn Van Allen and she told me of an off-center Barber half dollar that appeared in the July 15

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    Journal of the Barber Coin Collectors' Society, vol. 3, no. 1

    1/3/1991

    Highlight: The availability of off-center Barbers by denomination seems to bear out the premise that they were destined for destruction if spotted early. Although rare in all denominations, off-center half dollar Barbers seem to bo the hardest to locate. This would seem logical, since their larger size would have made them easier to spot, and were subsequently destroyed more than the Barber dime or quarter. Tve been collecting off-center Barbers for three years and during that period I have looked for them while attending many large and small shows. During that entire period, I have seen eight off-center Barber dimes, four off- center Barber quarters, and no off-center. I mentioned this to Marilyn Van Allen and she told me of an off-center Barber half dollar that appeared in the July 15

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    California Sale: Seventy-Seventh Auction of United States and Foreign Coins and Currency

    Highlight: 2/5th off-center. Cost $5. 1889, 1899 Cents ztruck y 4 and 1/8 off-center, v. g. Dost $3.50. 1901, 1908 Cents 1/8 and 1/16 off-ceneter, v. g. Cost $2.75. 1930-40-41 Cents 1/8 to 1/16 off-center, unc. and v. g. NICKELS 1916-S 1/8 off-center, v. g. Cost $2. 1918 1/8 off-center, slight wear but obverse scratched. 1940- S 1/8 off-center, x. f. DIMES 1903 no reading, good. 1912-D 1/16 off-center, plain edge, unc. Cost $3.50. 1914 1/10 off-center, good. 1916- S Liberty 1/16 off-center, plain edge, unc. Cost $3.50. 1917 1/10 off-center, plain edge, unc. Cost $3.50. 1917- S 1/6 Off-center, plain edge, unc. Cost $3.50. 1917-D 1/8 off-center, plain edge, unc. Lists $7.50. 1918 y 4 Off-center, plain edge, unc. Lists $4.50. 1928 y 4 off-center Cost $3.75. 1928-S 1/8 off-center, plai

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    221st Sale of Coins and Currency

    Highlight: Valued by owner at 450.00 2513 lc 1862 Struck about 15% OFF-CENTER TO LEFT, v.g. 25.00 2514 lc 1864 Bronze, struck 40% OFF-CENTER TO RIGHT, x.f. 75.00 2515 lc Bronze Indian, 25% OFF-CENTER TO BOTTOM, good. 15.00 2516 lc 1868 Part of HEAD and DATE on Reverse, OCE and SHIELD on obverse, v.f. 75.00 2517 lc 1882 About 20% OFF-CENTER TO LEFT, red unc. RARE. .. 50.00 2518 lc 1894 About 20% OFF-CENTER TO RIGHT, v.g. 10.00 2519 lc 1895 About 25% OFF-CENTER TO TOP, fine. 15.00 2520 lc 1896 About 20% OFF-CENTER TO BOTTOM, fine. 12.50 2521 lc 1897 About 20% OFF-CENTER TO RIGHT, v.g. 10.00 2522 lc 1899 About 15% OFF-CENTER TO TOP, fine. 10.00 2523 lc 19- About 60% OFF-CENTER TO RIGHT, x.f 50.00 2524 lc 1902 About 20% OFF-CENTER TO BOTTOM red-brown unc. 25.00 2525 lc 1905 Oversize with bulging at top

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    New England numismatic association ... [11/07-08/1975]

    Highlight: 1900 10% off center 6 o’clock, type one blank, VERY FINE-35; 1904 10% off center 2 o’clock, EXTREMELY FINE-40; 1910 broadstruck out of collar, EXTREMELY FINE— 40; lightly cleaned, 1916— S 10% off center, 7 o’clock VERY FINE-35, a nice attractive lot of this scarce type. ($200— up) 190 1917-S Mercury Dime. CHOICE ALMOST UNCIRCULATED. Largely broadstruck out of collar on a type one blank. ($20—30) 191 1917-S 10c 10% off center 6 o’clock, CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED— 65, fully struck with light golden toning. ($50-60) 192 1919-S Mercury Dime, BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED. 50% off center 9 o’clock. Cracked planchet 2 o’clock. ($75—110) 193 1934-D 10c 5% off center ALMOST UNCIRCULATED— 55. ($35-45) 194 1920 10c Mercury’s, 10% off center 12:30 o’clock. ALMOST UNCIRCULATED— 55; cleaned;

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    The August 2014 Chicago ANA Auction, U.S Coins

    Highlight: while the second is off center ever so slightly at 7 o’clock. A brilliant pair, and intriguing as partial collar Mint errors from the bookends of the San Francisco Mint Morgan dollar series. 3380 1 889-S Morgan Silver Dollar— Uncentered Broadstrike— MS-63 (PCGS). This fully brilliant Morgan dollar with bold luster and minimally abraded surfaces has been struck slightly off-center to the left. PCGS# 7194. 3381 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar — Struck 10% Off Center — MS-63 (PCGS). The strike is off center at 6 o’clock, but not to the extent that all digits in the date are not readily evident. The detail that is present is razor sharp, in fact, and with delicate golden iridescence to vibrant satin luster, the eye appeal alone is suggestive of an even higher grade. All Morgan silver dollar errors

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    Americana: Colonial and Federal Coins, Medals and Currency

    Highlight: off-center. Choice Brilliant Uncirculated. Broadstruck about 10% off-center toward the 3:00 position, this coin is technically not a “pure” off-center Well struck surfaces are silver-gray and boldly lus- trous, with a touch of golden toning on both sides. Nineteenth century type coin errors like this are scarcely offered and hotly contested when they come up for sale, so do not miss this opportunity to obtain this important type! Lot No. 1710 1710 50. 1867 No Rays. Off-center strike. Extremely Fine. Struck more than 15% off-center toward the 11:30 posi- tion when viewed from the obverse. The violence of the off-center striking and the brittleness of the copper- nickel planchet has caused it to crack during striking, most visibly at the lower

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    Copperhead Courier: Journal of the Civil War Token Society, vol. 12, no. 1-4

    1/3/1978

    Highlight: 2l*3« 37/U3U HI XF off center strike 21*1*. 37/1*31* Rl X? +- off centerrge cuds and die break, some loose dirt 21*9. 1*7/332 HI VF rev die rusty, chipped and cracked die obv 250. 1*9/31*3 HI VF+ 251. 1*9/31*3 HI XF few green residue areas rev 252. 51/3 3 1* HI F rough surfaces and slightly bent, rim pinch, make an offer 253. 51/33U HI XF -t- usual filled die obv 251*. 51/331* R1 AU reddish, obv die rusty 255. 51/3U2 R1 XF 15$ off center strike (UB >15.00) 256. 5l/3J*2 KL XF darkening, small clip 257. 52/3U2 HI XF some luster 258. 63/366 R1 VF dark, 10$ off center strike (UB >10.00) 259. 63/366 R1 VF

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    Copperhead Courier: Journal of the Civil War Token Society, vol. 12, no. 1-4

    1/3/1978

    Highlight: 2l*3« 37/U3U HI XF off center strike 21*1*. 37/1*31* Rl X? +- off centerrge cuds and die break, some loose dirt 21*9. 1*7/332 HI VF rev die rusty, chipped and cracked die obv 250. 1*9/31*3 HI VF+ 251. 1*9/31*3 HI XF few green residue areas rev 252. 51/3 3 1* HI F rough surfaces and slightly bent, rim pinch, make an offer 253. 51/33U HI XF -t- usual filled die obv 251*. 51/331* R1 AU reddish, obv die rusty 255. 51/3U2 R1 XF 15$ off center strike (UB >15.00) 256. 5l/3J*2 KL XF darkening, small clip 257. 52/3U2 HI XF some luster 258. 63/366 R1 VF dark, 10$ off center strike (UB >10.00) 259. 63/366 R1 VF

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    The November 2016 Baltimore Auction, U.S. Coins

    Highlight: 1982-D — Off Centeruck— MS-64 RD; 1998 Wide AM, MS-66 RD; and 2000 Wide AM, MS-66 RD. 1964 Lincoln Cent — Struck on a Dime Planchet — MS-61 (NGC). 2.5 grams. 1965 Lincoln Cent— Struck on a Copper-Nickel Clad Dime Planchet— MS-65 (PCGS). PCGS# E2896. NGC ID: 22G9. 1997 Lincoln Cent — Overstruck on a 1997-P Roosevelt Dime— MS-66 (ANACS). OH. 1999 Lincoln Cent — Foldover Double Struck, Second Strike 30% Off Center— MS-66 RD (PCGS). 2000 Lincoln Cent — Broadstruck with 70% Obverse Brockage— MS-64 RD (NGC). 1888 Liberty Nickel — Struck Off Center — EF-40 (ANACS). Lot of (7) Mint Errors and Varieties. (ANACS). Included are: 1900 Liberty nickel — Rotated Dies — Good-6, OH;

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    New England numismatic association ... [11/07-08/1975]

    Highlight: 178 1917-D 5c Buffalo 10% off center 10 o’clock, UNCIRCULATED-60. ($125-150) 179 1919 5c Buffalo, 5% off center, 1 o’clock, CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED— 65. ($75-up) 180 1919-D 5c Buffalo, 10% off center 7 o’clock, ALMOST UNCIRCULA- TED— 55, a few scratches, on the reverse. ($75—100) 181 1919-S 5c Buffalo, 5% off center 9 o’clock, EXTREMELY FINE-45, sharp. ($75-100) 182 1920 5c Buffalo, 15% off center 6 o’clock, ALMOST UNCIRCULATED— 55 with some minor spotting, small rim mark on the reverse at 5:30 o’clock. ($50—75) 183 1941 5c Jefferson, 15% off center 2 o’clock, CHOICE BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED— 65. ($25-up) 184 1941 Jefferson Nickel, UNCIRCULATED, 50% off centerustment strike. Rare. ($20—30) 185 1939 5c Jefferson, 10% off center 12:30 o’clock, ALMOST

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    The June 2014 Baltimore Auction, U.S. Coins

    Highlight: Stack’s Bowers Galleries The June 2014 Baltimore Auction 5005 1996-P Washington Quarter— 37% Straight End Clip and Struck 10% Off Center— MS-65 (PCGS). PCGS# E5960. 5006 Lot of (3) Washington Quarter Mint Errors. (PCGS). Included are: 1997-P — Broadstruck on a 21% Straight End Clipped Planchet— MS-63; 1998-Dated— Double Struck, Second Strike 70% Off Center Uniface Reverse— MS- 64; and 1998-Dated — Struck on a 10% Defective Planchet — MS-64. 5007 Lot of (2) 1998-P Washington Quarter Mint Errors. MS- 66 (PCGS). Included are: 10% Brockage and Broadstruck; and Struck 25% Off Center, 15% Indent Reverse. PCGS# E5942. 5008 1998-P Washington Quarter— Struck on a 38% Straight End Clipped Planchet— MS-65 (PCGS). PCGS# E5942. 5009 1998-P Washington Quarter— 8% End of Strip Clipped Planchet— MS-64

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    Mail bid auction. [02/28/1955]

    Highlight: Ab(3ut l/6th off center to top. Ext. Fine 4.50 1523. * Lincoln Cent. 2/3rd off center to top. Unc 10.00 1524. * Lincoln Cent. 2/3rd off center. See plate. Unc 20.00 1526. * Another near blank. With small piece protruding, showing only a tiny bit of Lincoln’s bust. V.Fine 7.50 1527. * Lincoln Cent with large round clip at lower part. Has a double edge (cartwheel edge). Not to be confused with the regular clip. See plate. Unc 5.00 1528. * 1951 Cent. Over one-half off center to upper left. Unc 10.00 1529. * 1951 Cent. Over one-half to top. Unc 10.00 1530. 1951-D Cent. Struck l/3rd off to

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    Gobrecht Journal #61

    15/11/1994

    Highlight: Off Center Liberty Seated Dimes by Larry Rausch I am an avid collector of error coins and am always delighted to see Liberty Seated errors presented in the journal. I have collected off center dimes for the past 1 6 years and have acquired a collection of 20 off center Seated dimes during this period. I would like to present pictures of these 20 coins to document the existence of these errors from the Liberty Seated series. Each of these error coins is an individual item and can be most easily identified by the position of the design on the planchet. The Minting Process During this period at the mint, the process for producing coins used a stationary lower die called an Anvil Die and a striking upper die called a Hammer Die. In addition, a collar constrained the outward flow of metal durin

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    Auction & Mail Bid Prices Realized for Bust Half Dollars

    /2011

    Highlight: NCS,*grf 08 23000 07/08 Heritage 1114 (ANA-Baltimore) 1675 1808 102a 2 Double Edge Ltr 20 115 11/02 Bowers&M (Logan/Steinberg) 2213 1808 103 1 15% off-center, ANACS 06 1430 08/96 Heritage (Papke-ANA-Denver) 6404 1808 104 2 Double Struck, 4% off-center 15 666 05/01 Downey MB #26(Prouty/Farley) 199 1808 105 3 Double Edge Ltr (part), *lt scrs 06 69 11/02 Bowers&M (Logan/Steinberg) 2217 1808 106 2 5% off-center, Dentil tracks obv 10 460 11/02 Bowers&M (Logan/Steinberg) 2219 1808 110 5 Flip-over Double Struck, DMB25 40 3565 11/02 Bowers&M (Logan/Steinberg) 2223 1809 102 1 Double Edge Ltr, Logan #2226 12 91 05/06 Karoleff (Logan Duplicates) O 1809 107a 4 Arc of Dentils Obv 45 1210 07/08 Downey (Meyer-Sel. Rarities) 24 1809 108a 4 Double Edge Ltr, 2nd flipped 15 230 11/02 Bowers&M

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    Gobrecht Journal #61

    15/11/1994

    Highlight: Off Center Liberty Seated Dimes by Larry Rausch I am an avid collector of error coins and am always delighted to see Liberty Seated errors presented in the journal. I have collected off center dimes for the past 1 6 years and have acquired a collection of 20 off center Seated dimes during this period. I would like to present pictures of these 20 coins to document the existence of these errors from the Liberty Seated series. Each of these error coins is an individual item and can be most easily identified by the position of the design on the planchet. The Minting Process During this period at the mint, the process for producing coins used a stationary lower die called an Anvil Die and a striking upper die called a Hammer Die. In addition, a collar constrained the outward flow of metal durin

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    Auction & Mail Bid Prices Realized for Bust Half Dollars

    /2011

    Highlight: NCS,*grf 08 23000 07/08 Heritage 1114 (ANA-Baltimore) 1675 1808 102a 2 Double Edge Ltr 20 115 11/02 Bowers&M (Logan/Steinberg) 2213 1808 103 1 15% off-center, ANACS 06 1430 08/96 Heritage (Papke-ANA-Denver) 6404 1808 104 2 Double Struck, 4% off-center 15 666 05/01 Downey MB #26(Prouty/Farley) 199 1808 105 3 Double Edge Ltr (part), *lt scrs 06 69 11/02 Bowers&M (Logan/Steinberg) 2217 1808 106 2 5% off-center, Dentil tracks obv 10 460 11/02 Bowers&M (Logan/Steinberg) 2219 1808 110 5 Flip-over Double Struck, DMB25 40 3565 11/02 Bowers&M (Logan/Steinberg) 2223 1809 102 1 Double Edge Ltr, Logan #2226 12 91 05/06 Karoleff (Logan Duplicates) O 1809 107a 4 Arc of Dentils Obv 45 1210 07/08 Downey (Meyer-Sel. Rarities) 24 1809 108a 4 Double Edge Ltr, 2nd flipped 15 230 11/02 Bowers&M

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    Eighty-third catalogue of rare coins, tokens, medals, paper money, etc. [06/29/1944]

    Highlight: Struck far off center above head, 1/7 blank planchet, Unc. 1916 S. Struck far off to left, 1/6 blank planchet, Very fine. 1916 S. Struck far off to right, 1/5 blank planchet, Very fine. 1916 D. Struck off to left and bottom, 1/10 blank planchet, Unc. 1917 Partly double edge and rim, Very fine. 1917 Struck far off center above head, 1/7 blank planchet, Unc. 1919 Struck off above head, 1/8 blank planchet, Unc. 1919 Struck off centerie breaks from edge connects buffalo’s head, Unc. 1919 Struck off to left, 1/6 blank planchet, Unc. 1919 Broad flat planchet obverse and reverse, 1/8 blank, Unc. 1920 Struck far off center under bust, 1/8 blank planchet, Unc. 1920 Struck way off center to right, 1/7 blank planchet, Unc. 1920 Double rim, 1/12 blank planchet

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    Auction sale no. 13 : A. D. McIlvaine U. S. collection, part VII (Mexico) of the Guttag Latin American coll., colonials, freaks, tokens, Alexandrian, U. S. gold and an unusual offering of U. S. patterns from a famous mid western coll. [01/24/1942]

    Highlight: Off center. Milling only on top of coin. 1934. Peeling Assorted planchet defects, etc. Quarters. (3). DIMES 1833. Off center. Milling imperfect. Two different obverse sides. One dated 1834, the otlier 1837. No milling. Ra^e oddity. 1887 S. mint. Two pieces both off-center, one with larger mint-mark. (2). 1885. Blank reverse. 1916 S mint. Off center. 1919 off-centervarious degrees. Unc. (7 pcs. 1919 Obverse of dime. Reverse of Lincoln cent. Apparently a home-made job. 1924. As above. 1927. As above No date. Reverse of dime. Reverse of Lincoln cent. 1920. No milling. 1920. Off center. Various degrees. Unc. (5 pcs.). Assorted planchet defects. (5 pcs.). LARGE CENTS 1803. Off-center. No LIBERTY. 1795. Defective planchet. Slightly off-center. 1794. Off-center. Only LI (B) and AM showing. 1797

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    Auction sale catalogue : the Julian S. Marks collection ... [10/26/1971]

    Highlight: (b) Off-center 60%. Only back of head, LIBERTY 1970 show/half of memorial, UM, CELLO, NTS and AMERICA show, uncirculated, (c) Off-center 10% at 10 o’clock. 1945P, unc. (d) Clip- ped planchet 1943P. Part of IN missing, /Part of E PLU missing. Unc. 4 pcs. 1558 — JEFFERSON NICKEL 1964 on small copper planchet. Uncirculated. 1559 — DIME 1890 Liberty seated, 10% off center at 12 o’clock. XF. 1560 — DIME 1916 Barber, 20% off center at 5 o’clock; part of TE, D missing, part of wreath missing. Fine. 1561 - DIMES. 1917 D 25% O.C. (fine), 1935 20%O.C., 1944 Flange wheel edge, 1944 10% O.C. 1944-S Broken Nose; 1945 25% O.C. , 1945 double milled edge; 1948 sliglitly larger planchet (XF), 1964 20% O.C. Uncirculated un- less otherwise noted, 9 pcs. 1562 — DIMES. Mercury type, (a) 1935 clip and off-cente

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    New England Numismatic Association Convention Auction Sale

    Highlight: Struck off center, 1840 Struck of center, 1834 Double profile. Pair to very fine. 3 pcs. "^27 — LARGE CENT 1817 Struck half off center. Holed, very good. 728 — LARGE CENT 1833 Obverse single struck. Rv. Double struck, one strike half off center. Very unusual. 729 — SMALL CENTS 1917 “D”, 1920, 1921, 1919, 1919 “S”. All struck off center in various positions. All uncirculated. 5 pcs. 730 — SMALL CENTS 1917 “D”, 1919 “S”, 1920 (2), 1919 Struck far off center. Fine to uncirculated dull. "^21 SMALL CENTS 1917 “S” (2), 1918, 1920 (2) Struck off center 1927, 1929 Clipped planchets. Fine to uncirculated. 8 pcs. 732 — NICKELS 1906 Planchet defect. Very good. 1912 Struck off center. Fine. 1917 Struck off center33 — DIMES 1875, 1914 “D”, 1892 Struck off center with part

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    Entlich, White Oak, Gross and St. Andre Collection

    Highlight: Struck 70% off-center. MS-63 (PCGS). The surfaces are pleasing with even, light gold over the classic nickel gray. Fully struck in the areas impacted by the dies, with the 19 and upper portion of a 3 (likely) present as well. The mintmark area is not present. A dramatic and high-grade example of a scarce error type from the popular Buffalo nickel series. 4181 4182 No date error 5off-center. AU-55 (PCGS). This dramatic nickel is struck off-centerel-gray with a tinge of yel- low-gold blending into the surfaces. One reverse scuff likely from the ejection process. Scarce as an error with few seen this widely off-center and so well preserved. 4183 1935 error lOc. Struck 35% off center. MS-64 (PCGS). Sharply

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    The June 2014 Baltimore Auction, U.S. Coins

    Highlight: Second Strike 90% Off Center— MS-61 (PCGS). PCGS# E5896. PCGS#E11111. Undated Roosevelt Dime. Copper-Nickel Clad — Full Brockage and Broadstruck— MS-66 (PCGS). 4992 (1976) Washington Quarter. Copper-Nickel Clad — Struck 50% Off Center— MS-61 (PCGS). PCGS#E11111. PCGS#E11111. Undated Roosevelt Dime. Copper-Nickel Clad— Full Obverse Brockage — MS-65 (PCGS). 4993 1977 Washington Quarter— 25% Double Clipped Planchet and Broadstruck— MS-67 (PCGS). PCGS# E5902. PCGS#E11111. Undated Roosevelt Dime. Copper-Nickel Clad— 85% Obverse Brockage and Broadstruck— MS-65 (PCGS). 4994 1978 Washington Quarter— Partial Reverse Clamshell Split Planchet— AU-50 (PCGS). PCGS# E5904. PCGS#E11111. Undated Roosevelt Dime. Copper-Nickel Clad— 25% Brockage Obverse and Broadstruck — MS-64 (PCGS). 4995 1979 Washington

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    Americana: Colonial and Federal Coins, Medals and Currency

    Highlight: ERROR COINS WILDLY OFF-CENTER 1802 LARGE CENT Lot No. 1704 1704 Large Cent. [1802 Sheldon 241. Double Fraction Bar]. Off-center strike. Wery Fine-25. Struck 40% off- center toward the 5:00 position when viewed from the obverse. This coin is wildly off-centerres the many bagmarks that would be found on an unstruck Large Cent flan, the upset rims are of a Type II planchet. Surfaces are remarkably smooth, deep olive- brown hue. Here is a simply wonderful coin for either the error coin or Large Cent specialist. INCREDIBLE OFF-CENTER 1808 LARGE CENT Lot No. 1705

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    NEW BOOK: OFF-CENTER AND MULTI-DENOMINATIONAL CLASHED DIES

    03/17/2013

    Highlight: NEW BOOK: OFF-CENTER AND MULTI-DENOMINATIONAL CLASHED DIES http://www.coinbooks.org/esylum_v16n11a04.html Kevin Flynn forwarded this information on his new book on off-center and multi-denominational clashed dies. -Editor The Off-Center and Multi-Denominational Clashed Dies book by Kevin Flynn is now available. The book is 8 _ by 11, 112 pages, and tons of photographs. Softcover $29.95. The off-center and multi-denominational clashed dies are two of the rarest types of die varieties created at the United States Mint. There are only 6 verified off-center and only 6 verified multi-denominational clashed dies for all 19th century coinage. Of the 41 books the Flynn has written, this was one of the more difficult and time consuming, as it required the mind-boggling task of trying to figure

    Kevin Flynn forwarded this information on his new book on off-center and multi-denominational clash

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    The Numismatist, March 1938

    1/3/1938

    Highlight: off center 1834 Good, thin planchet 1852 V. Good, off center Eagle, V. Good, date missing Indian, Unc., off center 1 863 Good, off center 1864 V. Good, off center 1868 Fine, incised 1881 Fine, thin rough planchet ... 1 890 Fine, thin planchet 1895 Fine, thin planchet 1903 Fine, thin planchet 1905 Unc., broken planchet 1 906 V. Fine, thin planchet 1907 Unc., broad rim Lincoln, Fine, off center 1910 Fine, off center 1917 Unc., off center, large 1917-S Unc., off center, large 1917-D V. Fine, off center 1918 i:nc., off center, large 1919 Unc., cut planchet MIS CE I. L A N EOF S Alaska Gold, Unc., 1, M Dwt. . . Oregon Gold, Unc., % Louisiana Gold, Unc., Vi Bryan Dollar, Unc., Gorham U. S. First Steam Coinage, Unc. . . Mass. Pine Tree Shilling, Copy . . . 1793 Large Cent, date shows 1793 Chain

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    Collection of United States Colonials, Half Cents, Cents, Nickels, Half Dimes, Dimes Quarters...

    Highlight: and off center coins. Our consignor had a few of these hut jrreferred the major rarities in this difficult series, wishing to assemble a representative grouping of major categories (aside from off metal coins). The results were quite remarkable. We draw collector attention to the “flipped” 1795 half-cent, the 1895 double struck Indian cent with the two heads facing 110'’ apart and both off center, the off center half dime, the possibly uni(|ue brockage gold dollar of 1874 and the three off center gold pieces, 556 1795 Half Cent. Breen 19, Gilbert 5, plain edge, no pole. Double struck, the first striking about off center in K-11, the second striking flipped (erbv. on rev. and vice versa) and about off center in K-10. .\lmost Fine/F-VF, somewhat rough: one date visible, though weak, parts of

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    Collection of United States Colonials, Half Cents, Cents, Nickels, Half Dimes, Dimes Quarters...

    Highlight: sligbtb' over half off center in K-9'/2, the right edge of the flan with “straight clip” from end of strip. Red Unc. 563 Denver mint Jefferson nickel, no date visible, a little over off center in K-8. Unc., rim nick on the blank. 564 1961 Nickel, double struck, first normal, second strike half off center in K-3 but rotated 90° so that profile covers lower half of original strike. Unc. Very nnnsual and doubtless rare. 565 1872 Half Dime, slightly over Rj off center K-8R> ; |)lain edge, not even partly touching collar when struck. Unc. and extremely rare. 566 1876 Dime. Double struck, first striking normal, second striking off center in K-1J4, rotated almost 90° so that onlj' 18 of second date shows and the 6 of original date is obscured. Fine or so, e

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    Seventh catalogue of rare coins, tokens, medals, paper money, etc. [06/25/1942]

    Highlight: struck way off center, Rev. nearly perfectly centered. V.F. 220 Large Cent: 1812 Only upper part of date visible, Obv. and Rev. struck way off center. Strictly Fine. 221 Large Cent: 1830 Obv. and Rev. struck way off center, V.F. 222 5c Nickel: 1918 D. struck way off center, 1/4 blank planchet, Unc. Brill. 223 5c Nickel: 1919 struck way off center, 1/4 blank planchet, Unc. Brill. 224 5c Nickel: 1919 large broad flat planchet, Unc. Brill. 225 5c Nickel: 1920 struck way off center, 1/3 blank planchet, Unc. Brill. 226 5c Nickel: 1920 D. off center, 1/5 blank planchet, Unc. Brill. 227 5c Nickel: 1920 off center, 1/6 blank planchet, Unc. Brill. 228 Dime: 1914 D. off centertly saucer-shape, plain edge, Unc. Brill. 229 Dime: 1917 off center, partly saucer-shape, plain edge, Unc. Brill. 230

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    The 1958 ANA convention auction sale catalogue ... [08/13-15/1958]

    Highlight: off center about H'"f. blank at 11 o’clock, no reeding: together with the regular issue, which has a die break. Roth unc. .Ac- companied by the hag lags showing that both were checked and counted hv the same people at different limes. 165 — Silver Dollar. 1880-S Off-center about lO'/r. blank at 8 o'clock position; about 60% of the reeding is miss- ing. L ncirculaled. 50.00 166 — .Silver Dollar 1881-S. Off-center aliout 10%, blank in 6 o'clock position; 60% of reeding missing. L'ncir- culaled. 50.00 167 — .Silver Dollar 1881-0. 20% off-center; blank in 6 o’clock position. Xo reeding at all. I ncirculated. $100.00 168 — Silver Dollar, blank planchel. Scarce. $125.00 169 HALF KACLF and ()L ARTEK EAGLE MULIXC. 1816. The ob\erse of an 1846 Half Eagle struck upon the reverse of an 1816 (^luarter

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    Auction sale catalogue : the Julian S. Marks collection ... [10/26/1971]

    Highlight: off-center 15%. Date complete. XF 1544 — LINCOLN CENTS, (a) blank planchet,(b) blank nlanchet except for small tip, (c) 85% off center. Only L IBERTY/UNITEl and left side of memor- show, 3 pieces. 1545 — LINCOLN CENTS (a) 60% off center. Half of bust, RUST, 1970 d/most of monument, OF AMERICA, RIBUS NUM NT SHOW, (b) 10% off centerUN and ON stretched. 1966; both uncircu- lated. 1546 — LINCOLN CENT 1959. Off-metal, not steel, not silver, non-magnetic. Pos- sibly a foreign planchet, shallow striking. Probably very scarce. 1547 - LINCOLN CENT 1943 Steel, 15% off center — LINCOLN CENT (a) Double struck 1964 with second striking showing date and corner of bust upside-down, (b) Off-center on 2 sides! Central planchet is blank at left

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    The C. B. Slade, Jr. Estate

    Highlight: coins plus one off-center: ☆ 1970-D IC- Double struck, 2nd strike 75% off-center, uniface obverse. MS-63 RD ☆ 1971-D Ic. Double struck, both strikes off-center. Sharpness of Mint State RD, scratched ☆ 1972- D Ic. Flipover double strike, 2nd strike 75% off-center, uniface obverse. Mint State RD, counting scuff ☆ (197)2-D 5(t. Double struck, 2nd strike 75% off-center, uniface obverse. Sharpness of Mint State, thin reverse hairline scratches ☆ 1966 10(t. Double struck, 1st strike broadstruck, 2nd strike 90% off-center, uniface obverse. Sharpness of Mint State, scratch ☆ No Date. Clad 10(t. Double struck, both strikes off-centerverlapping. Sharp- ness of Mint State, wiped ☆ 1970-D 25(t. Double struck, 90% off-center, uniface reverse. Sharpness of Mint State, wiped ☆ 1973-D 50(t. Struck 7

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