Author Topic: Multiple errors dragon dollar silver coin without rotation surface natural shade  (Read 3034 times)

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Offline Thecollectible

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Please check it out on the scans below and let me knows of what you think later there

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These silver coin is beautiful enough as unique due to those surface crack appearance to be honest and along with clash extra dot bar on reverse to prove it is authentic there

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You can choose to correct my personal opinion there

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Please comment and get back to you

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Offline poconopenn

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IMO, this is  a reproduction.

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Offline eric

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I was going to assume it was fake, based solely on the title of the post "Multiple errors dragon dollar silver coin without rotation surface natural shade"   N27

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It seems like for those authentic real pieces are without having those cracks clashs bars on the surface after viewing the last scan of member posting and done my research

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It seems like for those authentic real pieces are without having those cracks clashs bars on the surface after viewing the last scan of member posting and done my research

Correction:

IMO, this is a "low quality" reproduction of "multiple errors dragon silver dollar without rotation surface natural shade". 

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These silver coin is counterfeit with crack lines appearance on the surface but real pieces are without those lines after realise something to be honest

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Fully agree there

Offline Thecollectible

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It is reproduction

Offline Little Finger

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I also thought a die-crack is a sign of authenticity.

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I also thought a die-crack is a sign of authenticity.

Yes, you are correct. However, the crack in this coin appears to be fake.

Here is  a five figures PCGS MS67 coin which clearly shows a genuine die crack.

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It seems that your thought is same like my thought about surface crack just for identification of authenticity purpose might worth fortune which has the cracks there

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Meanwhile the weight of the silver coin is not accurate at tweent six and point six grams clearly not authentic piece