US Coin Errors - Penny and Nickel On Framable Descriptive Mounting
Our federal government's bureaucracy seldom will admit to having made a mistake or error, but these miss-struck coins are difficult for the bureaucrat to side step. They occurred when the blank did not seat in the die properly and as a result, only a part of the image was struck and the error was not caught by quality control. While not incredibly rare, they are most uncommon and are almost never found in circulation but rather in fresh-from-the-mint bags of coins. Since most coins are now in rolls, these types of errors are now even far more uncommon.
This cent and nickel are excellent examples of these errors and both are major miss-strikes. They are mounted on a descriptive and framable backing cut to fit a standard 5" x 7" frame. The coins are in vinyl holders that enable you to either remove to examine or flip to see both sides. I have three similar displays available.