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British coin 1943 1 farthing, item#:30254 circulated, KM#843
The die crack is on the rear thru the word farthing. Rare, very hard to find item.


Canada coin 1944 5c Unc, item#:71963, This coin has minor bagging marks, but in my opinion has not seen circulation.
Die crack end of nose. Die crack end of neck. Die crack reverse, left edge of number 1. Die crack upper maple leaf edge. Die crack lower maple leaf edge. Die cracks on head in hair. Die cracks between letters "cents"


USA coin 1955 Lincoln penny 'poor mans' double-die, item#:28129, circulated
This is commonly called the "poor man's" double die. Instead of the entire date being doubled, ONLY the last 5 of the date is doubled - 1955(5). Some 5's are very noticeable others are weak. This version is on the weak side, but it is a double die.


USA coin 1958 D penny minting error, item#:71960, circulated
1ST ERROR IS EXTRA D ON RIGHT SHOULDER. 2ND ERROR IS TO THE RIGHT OF "TRUST" IS IMPRINTED - REVERSED 961 D.

         
USA 1971 S 10c, Gem un-circulated Error coin, item#:65922
This coin was taken out of a proof set to examine the defective metal spotting on both sides. This coin has not seen circulation and has no bagging marks. Photo 2 shows the defect on the neck and photo 3 shows the defect on the reversed side at the end of AMERICA. This bi-metal coin is made from an alloy of 91.67 percent copper and 8.33 percent nickel. I believe this error to be a plating process error.


USA coin 1972 S Lincoln penny, circulated. Weak double strike on the 2 of 1972.
See the outer right curve of the 2, notice the line running down the middle of the width.


Australia coin 1976 10c error, item#:02972, circulated
This coin has a faulty planchet and the surface layers are flaking.


Australia coin 2001 20c Federation - Norfolk Island, item#:93652 circulated VG++
with bright shine and rim wear, few surface nicks and scratches on both sides.
The errors are 3 die pearls on front cheek line between nose and mouth opening.


Australia coin 2001 50c Centenary Norfolk, item#:71593, circulated, Error Coin
The coin has a double strike engravers initials.


Australia coin 2005 50c, item#:05203, circulated VG condition, error coin
The error is a die crack on cheak and extra metal on nostral.


Australia coin 2005 50c Rememberance, item#:71592, circulated EF Error Coin
The Error is excess die metal on chin.


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Here is an example of the stamps I will trade for.
CDS are canceled date stamps where the cancellation stamp clearly shows the day, month, year, and location where the stamp was canceled.

As you can see, all cds are readable in day, month, year, time, place. Not all countries include a time. Any cds in which you cannot read these
5 items is of no use to me. I accept cds from any country and any time period. Duplicated postage stamps are welcomed as long as the cds is different. If I receive a cds that is not readable in any of the 5 items, it will not be considered as part of the trade and I will consider the stamp as a gift so make sure you can read the 5 items before including the stamp in a trade. Trading stamps will be on a current catalog value of the postage stamp. Stanly Gibbons catalogs are in British pounds, so conversion to a common currency like the US$ will be needed for all traded stamps.
Postage costs will be paid by each sender and not included as part of the trade.
If at all possible I will try to trade stamps equal in issuing year. That is, if you want one of my stamps issued in 1908, then your cds should
also be around the same time period. If you send me a list of my items you want to trade for, and include photos of your offerings, I retain the
discretion of which of my stamps on your list will be traded.
My current wish list for trading