NEW FEV OBVERSE DIE CRACK?

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NEW FEV OBVERSE DIE CRACK?

Post by robEzerman » Mon Jun 24, 2013 6:23 pm

Anyone seen this crack on an FEV obverse before?
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Re: NEW FEV OBVERSE DIE CRACK?

Post by robEzerman » Mon Jun 24, 2013 6:24 pm

(Is on the Reverse, just checking who is paying attentiopn?) Rob
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Re: NEW FEV OBVERSE DIE CRACK?

Post by DoubleJ » Wed Jun 26, 2013 3:25 pm

"No" on the location of your die crack. But, the two die-crack FEV's I've previously posted have a "normal" flat MM and I have a third FEV without the die-crack that has a right-tilted MM. The tilt however is not quite as extreme as yours.

The next question is just how many MM and die-crack variations are there for FEV's?

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Re: NEW FEV OBVERSE DIE CRACK?

Post by BrianVaile » Sun Aug 17, 2014 2:22 pm

Never ran across one of those in my FEV studies....However, It does look like a nice REVERSE die crack!

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Re: NEW FEV OBVERSE DIE CRACK?

Post by Jones » Fri Dec 19, 2014 4:59 pm

First coin of first roll I opened. Probably never find another one! Very pretty piece and it has a "spur" from the corner of the F over to the O. I am going absolutely DIVA crazy..... :?
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Re: NEW FEV OBVERSE DIE CRACK?

Post by Jones » Fri Dec 19, 2014 5:19 pm

Hey Guys. Die Scratch, not die crack. Just found 5 more but they are VLDS and the scratch is almost gone. If I wasn't searching the space between O and F I would have never seen it. Here is a pic. Look close and you'll see the faint details. The scratch is all but gone but traces can be seen when compared to the earlier die state piece. A crack would have only gotten worse. A scratch would fade over the die life.
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Re: NEW FEV OBVERSE DIE CRACK?

Post by Jones » Sun Dec 28, 2014 5:42 pm

UPDATE...The late stage of this scratch is a die marker for the TED DIVA. Early stage examples of the TED die crack can be found using this die marker.

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