As an instance, a 1976-D Washington, Bicentennial million dollar fell on a cent planchet is different from a normal issue quarter in its smaller size and, even more clearly, the bronze shade.
For instance in its Dec. 15 auction of coins, Heritage composed,"The attack is off centre seven o'clock relative to the obverse, in which a complete rim is shaped," adding,"The majority of these double dates are observable, as is UNITED STATES."
The cataloger noted,"Lightly high in sea-green, gold, and lilac colors with trivial signals of high-point friction that restrict the caliber." It attained $2,400.
Retailing for only a little more at $2,640 was a 1920 Indian Head 5-cent coin struck on a planchet meant to get a penny and rated Extremely Fine Details, Damage or Tooling by PCGS, together with Heritage including,"Scratches across the lower right obverse border would be the most obvious evidence of harm on this particular slice."