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old coin die stamp

denny45

Member
Dug this up the past Sunday.
Looks like a V-nickel coin die could be a counterfeit or the real thing.
 

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Ronstar

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Im guessing its a stamp/press for counterfeiting. Or, an attempt to alter the graphics for whatever purpose…..
 

denny45

Member
Can you tell what it is made of? If it was in a fire, it might have been "branded" by a V nickel.
I think it’s steel. A magnet will not stick to it. It’s not lead or brass. I don’t think the fire got hot enough to be branded by a V nickel. Die/stamp was cut off the rod.
Found in a very old park with the Deus2. I.D. 74-75
 

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HuntinDog

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Call it what you want... it's cool !
 
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