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Some of you who stop by here may all ready know that I've written an artical explaining how to measure off center and clipped planchet coinage. Below is that artical

the cover of ErrorTrends October 1988

page 7 of ErrorTrends October 1988

page 8 of ErrorTrends October 1988

My Other Coin Pages:

The main Error Coin Page with pictures

The article I wrote explaining how to measure
off center and clipped planhcet coinage with pictures


The article I wrote explaining how to measure
off center and clipped planchet coinage


Off Center Stuck US Dimes

Stretch Stikes On U.S. One Cent Coins

MorE ErRor CoiNs

Click here to go to The Bolivian Silver Cob's Page

Click here to go to The Sea Salvage Cob's Page

Click Here: The Java Off Center Cent Clock

Click here to go to The Off Center Cent Clock

Click here to go to World Coins

Click here to go to More World Coins

Click here to go to The Rare Roman Coinage Page

A GREAT Error Coin Link: Mint Error News.com

Other Numismatic Links on the Web

EBAY Auctionweb

Coin Today

Penny Lane

Numismatists Online

ANA Marketplace

Coinworld Collectors Super-Mall

The Coin Mall

Coin Universe

ANA New York convention

Jim Nasium is the Author of: "How To Measure Off Center Strikes" found in Error Trends May 25th, 1989 on page 15 AND "To Measure Or Not To Measure" found in Error Trends Oct. 25, 1988 on page 27 AND in ERRORSCOPE Nov. 1989 Vol. 6 #4 on page 7 you can read an interesting artical on how to measure off center strikes I wrote called "Try It...You'll Like it" with photos...

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