The anvil die’s longer neck allows it to move up and down within the collar.
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In “medal turn,” when a piece is rotated on its vertical axis, both obverse and reverse will be right side up.) Weinberg said the only way to differentiate which die was positioned as a hammer die and which was positioned in the reverse position as an anvil die would be if the end result were also a partial collar error.
As described in the Coin World Almanac, for a partial collar error, often known as a “railroad rim” error, “the edge, not the rim, is the portion of the coin affected.
Connect with Coin World: Sign up for our free e Newsletter Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter The two-headed 5-cent coin is graded Mint State 65 by Professional Coin Grading Service.
Weinberg said he had the piece certified in late 2016 in anticipation of the auction.
Although unstruck areas retain the dimpled texture of the planchet surface, post-strike contact is confined to the rim near IN G on one side, and the rim near BERT on the other side.” (“Coin turn” means a struck coin’s obverse is 180 degrees from the struck reverse; when rotated on its vertical axis, if the obverse is right side up, its reverse will be upside down.A single example of an 1859 Indian Head cent struck at the Philadelphia Mint with two obverse dies is also known.All of them would be classified as mule pieces, since two dies were paired in each case that were not intended to be paired together.All briefs for an amicus curiae must be filed on or before Tuesday, January 28, 2014. An amicus curiae brief in support of the Government or in support of neither party shall bear a light green cover, and an amicus curiae brief in support of a non-Government party shall bear a dark green cover.